Kohli with Babar. (Source: Twitter)

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) President Ramiz Raja wants a quadrangular (between four countries) series to be organized on an annual basis, which includes teams from Australia and England, including India and Pakistan. The PCB chairman wishes that this tournament should be of international level and it should be played as a T20 format. He named it T20 International Super Series.

Rameez Raja, 59, wrote on Twitter, “Hello guys! I will propose a four-nation T20 International Super Series between India, Pakistan, Australia and England, to be played every year. It will be hosted by the four countries on rotation basis, its revenue model will be different, in which all participating countries will share profits with the ICC.

It is known that everything is not going well between India and Pakistan for the last several years, due to which bilateral series between the two countries has not been played for a long time. India and Pakistan last played a series in the year 2012-13, which was held in India. Apart from this, both these countries have been playing only in ICC and ACC (Asian Cricket Council) tournaments since 2013.