Disappointed with the fact that chances of the bilateral Indo-Pak series are all over, Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq on Sunday said he would have loved to play more cricket against India in the last few years.
Misbah had said earlier that he would retire after the India-Pakistan series in December.
“It is disappointing that Pakistan and India are not playing and don’t play more often against each other,” he said.
“I just think Pakistan and Indian cricket teams have so much chemistry when they play against each other and it is also disappointing for the fans in both countries the existing scenario,” he said.
“I would love to have played against them more often in Test cricket in the last few years. They have quality spinners and world class batsmen who play spin well that is also our strength and it is always a special rivalry when we play against each other,” Misbah added.
He pointed out that there was a lot in common in between both countries and players and people loved to see the two teams engaged in cricket contests.
“Playing against each other is beneficial for players of both teams in many ways and I think the players are disappointed that we don’t have more cricket,” the senior batsman said.