Pakistani cricketers lose Afghan friends

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Friday, June 2nd, 2017 | 0

During this time, only one party agreed to tour Pakistan. The Afghan Cricket Board (ACB) has said that the friendly T-20 series between the two countries in Kabul and Lahore was canceled in July-August. After the death of more than 90 people killed in Kabul, the decision was taken by the ACB.


After the bombing, there has been a tension in the politics of the two countries. It is going to affect the cricketing of the two countries. The ACB has announced the suspension of all types of cricket relations with the PCB. The Afghan government believes that Kabul is behind Pakistan’s blasts. The ACB said in their statement, “The enemies of Afghanistan’s peace and solidarity showed that by killing innocent and innocent people, they are not worthy of friendship.” They will not change their view of Afghans. Responding to the security forces’ advice and the call of the Afghan people, the ACB announced the decision to cancel all types of cricket matches and bilateral negotiations with the Pakistan Cricket Board. In a country where terrorists are provided shelter for terrorists, there can be no friendly match or bilateral relations with them.
The proposed series was to play two Twenty20 matches in Kabul and Lahore.

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