New Zealand cancelled the cricket series in Pakistan, leaving the community in the latter country distressed. The chairman of PCB criticized this action of New Zealand. Ramiz Raja stated it as an autonomous tactic and a huge source of frustration.
Furthermore, the tour was meant for five twenty20s and three One Day Internationals. The first match was planned for Friday, with the venue in Rawalpindi. However, the audience was prevented to enter the stadium.
NZC declared the security threats as the reason for the termination. This is leading to New Zealand’s flying back decision from Pakistan. David White, the chief executive of NZC mentioned that this act is surely hard on the host country.
The latter was quite wonderful but for the players’ security, the strategy for the matches is discontinued. Likewise, the prime minister of New Zealand gave reviews regarding the protection of the country’s cricketers.
New Zealand Cancelled the Cricket Series in Pakistan, Leading to Significant Discussion of PMs
According to The UK Time News research, Jacinda Ardern also spoke to Imran Khan, the prime minister of Pakistan. She comprehended the disappointment in this decision but is prioritizing the safety measures. However, PCB called it a one-sided decision.
Along with the government of Pakistan, PCB arranged a quality security system for the New Zealand team. Imran Khan told the PM of the touring squad that Pakistan has one of the best intelligent systems in the world.
He also rejected the existence of any sort of danger. Additionally, he informed that the security experts with the New Zealand team seemed satisfied with Pakistan’s arranged structure.
Before New Zealand cancelled the cricket series in Pakistan, the following schedule was set.
|ODI||17 Sept 2021||Friday||15:00 IST||Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium|
|ODI||19 Sept 2021||Sunday||15:00 IST||Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium|
|ODI||21 Sept 2021||Tuesday||15:00 IST||Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium|
|T20||25 Sept 2021||Saturday||18:30 IST||Gaddafi Stadium|
|T20||26 Sept 2021||Sunday||18:30 IST||Gaddafi Stadium|
|T20||29 Sept 2021||Wednesday||18:30 IST||Gaddafi Stadium|
|T20||1 Oct 2021||Friday||18:30 IST||Gaddafi Stadium|
|T20||3 Oct 2021||Sunday||18:30 IST||Gaddafi Stadium|