Former Pakistan skipper Rashid Latif has criticized ongoing efforts by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to introduce a ‘super series’ involving the top four nations in the world. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has floated the idea of hosting series comprising of India, Australia, England and one other cricketing nation in a bid to counter the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Latif said this proposal is an attempt to undermine other member nations in the cricket world. He claimed the formidable trio of India, Australia and England wants to assert their hegemony on the cricket horizon and isolate other teams.
"By playing such a series, these four countries want to isolate the other member nations, which is not good news. But I think this will be a flop idea like the Big Three model, which was introduced few years back," he was quoted as saying in a YouTube video.