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Peshawar Zalmi owner offers his support to suffering Sri Lanka Cricket

Peshawar Zalmi owner offers his support to suffering Sri Lanka Cricket

Javed Afridi, who is the owner of one of the six PSL franchises, Peshawar Zalmi, has come forward in support of suffering Sri Lanka cricket and says he will do all in his power to support the falling domain.

Afridi took it to his Twitter and posted his condolences to the struggling fraternity. The island nation has been going through financial and political crises as a consequence of which, cricket and other sporting areas are badly suffering.

The PZ owner wants Sri Lanka not to give up their cricket because of the financial crisis. He penned out that he understands the craze of cricket in the fans there that should not suffer amidst the predicament.

Javed Afridi comes in support of Sri Lanka Cricket

The people of Sri Lanka love cricket as dearly as we Pakistanis do but the current not so good situation must’ve hurt Lankans cricket fans. So I extend my full support to sponsor @OfficialSLC in best of my capacities to maintain their international status in world cricket area.

The media director of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Sami ul Hasan Burney also showed his support for SLC. He stated the two boards have always been there for each other. He furthermore stated that SLC will review its decision regarding upcoming home encounters on whether to host the nations or choose a neutral venue.

“We have a strong relationship with the Sri Lankan Board, and the two countries have always supported each other in difficult situations.

“SLC, viewing its circumstances, would take a decision which will be accepted, including playing on their grounds or neutral venue,”

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