‘Aur inhe Champions Trophy host karni hai’: With rain and no roof, Pakistan cricket fans forced to go under plastic sheets for shelter | Cricket News


New Delhi: In an unfortunate turn of events, pakistan cricket The team's fans were forced to take shelter under large plastic sheets at the Pindi Cricket Stadium as rain delayed the start of the first T20 International against New Zealand on Thursday.
With no roof over the stands inside the stadium and heavy rain, fans were seen hiding under large plastic sheets.
Video and pictures of the scenes immediately went viral on social media and fans criticized the Pakistan Cricket Board for its blatant disregard for spectators.


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As the seats inside the stadium, most of which were made of cloth, became drenched in the rain, the experience became worse for the fans.


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Pakistan is ready to host ICC champions trophy Next year and these pictures will come out as a big embarrassment for the cricket board.
New Zealand captain Michael Bracewell won the toss and elected to bat before rain arrived at the Pindi Stadium.
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Aamir is making a comeback in international cricket after an absence of almost four years. The 32-year-old retired in December 2020 after being dropped from the team, but last month he changed his mind and decided to restart his career, which was halted due to a match-fixing ban in 2010.
Pakistan also handed batsman Usman Khan, spinner Abrar Ahmed and all-rounder Mohammad Irfan Khan T20I debuts in a bid to assess their bench strength ahead of June's World Cup in the United States and West Indies.
New Zealand were missing nine players due to the Indian Premier League, so they gave batsman Tim Robinson a chance to make his T20I debut.

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