Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar Khan has criticized Cricket Australia (CA) for re-treating the Australian Under-19 side from the forthcoming U-19 World Cup to be theater in Bangladesh.
Cricket Australia stated in statement on Tuesday that Australia has reserved itself from the Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh shortly in this month because of apprehension over the “safety and security” of the team.
Australia has rescheduled a Test tour of Bangladesh in October for related reasons and Cricket Australia (CA) Chief Executive James Sutherland stated that the circumstances have not progressed.
The PCB chief articulated his despair and disappointment over the decision of CA and stated that the International Cricket Council (ICC) should ‘look into the matter’.
“If any team pulls out of a confirmed event, it should be asked to pay a penalty amount to the hosts as they work hard to prepare for the event,” On Tuesday, Shaharyar khan stated while chatting with media in Karachi.
Pakistan has been a prey to comparable extraction where the fresh being the Board for Control of Cricket in India’s (BCCI) rejection to play a bilateral cricket series.
The Indian and Pakistani boards have marked an agreement for six bilateral series between 2015 and 2023 which will begin with Pakistan’s home series in December.
India has not played a bilateral Test series in opposition to Pakistan since 2007 even though India did host the series for two T20Is and three ODIs between December 2012 and January 2013.
According to Shaharyar and Yasir Shah, they were tested positive for a banned body and might face a long-term ban, took the incorrect medicine by error.
On December 27th, the ace leg spinner of Pakistan was temporarily postponed by the ICC after he was tested positive for chlortalidone, which is said to be included in the World Anti-Doping Agency list of banned stuff.
According to the ICC’s anti-doping code, any unsuccessful drug tests would result in a four-year ban. It is otherwise when the crime is considered unintentional which could lead to reduced deferment.
“Blood-pressure problem runs in Yasir’s family and he took his wife’s medicine mistakenly,” PCB chief.