PCB requests SHC to terminate appeal against players during World Cup

Fahad PervezWeb Editor

03rd Dec, 2020. 08:31 pm
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) requested Sindh High Court to terminate a appeal filed against the governing body for not taking action against players who dishonored team management rules before the 2019 World Cup match against India in England.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) requested Sindh High Court to terminate a appeal filed against the governing body for not taking action against players who dishonored team management rules before the 2019 World Cup match against India in England.

According to reports, PCB filed the statement in the court hearing of the appeal seeking action against all-rounder Shoaib Malik, fast-bowler Wahab Riaz and opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq.

The appeal was filed by a cricket fan Abdul Jalil Marwat who suspect the players of performing ineffectually in the match against India on June 16.

He specified that players along with the Indian tennis star and Malik’s wife, Sania Mirza, were dotted consuming sheesha at a café prior to the match and that affected their performance.

The Match which is played between Pakistan and India on 16th June 2019 is lost by Pakistan due to the poor all round performance by the Pakistan team due to which the Pakistanis all around the world have anger due to badly lost match in world cup against the arch rivals India.

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