Former Chairman PCB’s response to Asian Cricket Council (ACC) President Jay Shah (Photograph: ICC)
Former Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi gave a pointy reply to Asian Cricket Council (ACC) President Jay Shah by tweeting concerning the forecast of rain in Colombo, Sri Lanka through the Asia Cup.
Najam Sethi on the social networking web site Twitter (X) tweeted that the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) had earlier knowledgeable the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that the India-Pakistan match in Colombo had been postponed as a consequence of rain forecast. are shifting from to Hambantota however within the subsequent e-mail it’s stated that the matches might be performed in Colombo, is India afraid of shedding to Pakistan?
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Najam Sethi additionally shared an image of the rain forecast within the tweet, through which it may be seen that there’s an 89% probability of rain through the India-Pakistan match in Colombo, whereas the ultimate of the occasion is scheduled for September 17 with a 60% probability of rain. are
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Earlier, the Secretary of the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) Jai Shah had stated in his political assertion that the broadcasters, media royalty holders have been reluctant to carry all of the matches of the Asia Cup in Pakistan, whereas the safety points and financial circumstances have been additionally the foremost causes. .
It ought to be famous that the Asia Cup group match between Pakistan and India was affected by rain and each groups have been awarded one level every.