Chandigarh: Pakistani all-rounder Azhar Mahmood feels that cricket could help normalise the relations between India and Pakistan, saying the game has no boundaries.
Mahmood, who now has a British passport and only Pakistani player playing in the IPL-V, said in the past the game has brought closer the two nations and it can happen again.
"In 1997, when we toured, there was tension between the two nations. After that tour, tensions eased and the situation improved. The game has no boundary. In the past, it has been cricket which has brought the two nations together and in future too I hope the sport will play the same role," Mahmood, who plays for Kings XI Punjab, said.