The Sri Lankan team has left for Pakistan on Tuesday. Sri Lanka and Pakistan are to have a series of 3 T20 and 3 ODIs.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has dismissed reports that it was said that Pakistan had persuaded Sri Lanka to play at their home by paying a big bribe. On Tuesday, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan said that the PCB is not giving a single rupee to call the Sri Lankan team. Pakistani media is now showing this news prominently.
PCB CEO dismisses allegations
Let us tell you that the Sri Lankan team left for Pakistan on Tuesday. Let it be said that for several days there were reports that the PCB had given a big bribe to Sri Lanka and persuaded them to play in their house. Wasim Khan denied these reports saying, “We are not giving even a penny to the Sri Lankan players. They are not being paid anything to come to Pakistan.” Wasim Khan has made it clear that the Sri Lankan team will be on a 13-day tour, for which they have not been given any money before. Please tell that after a long time Pakistan is going to host an international match at their home.
Pakistan cricket is suffering a lot
Actually, the Pakistan Cricket Board had to suffer a lot to get a match in the UAE. Therefore, Pakistan has decided to hold the series at its home and said that there is no threat to anyone in Pakistan in view of security. The security system in Pakistan is improving day by day. Pakistan is safe now.