PAK vs NZ: It’s Indira Bhai.. Shop shut in 2 balls.. Cuts.. Hands up for PCB fans..

PAK vs NZ: It’s Indira Bhai.. Shop shut in 2 balls.. Cuts.. Hands up for PCB fans..

PAK vs NZ
PAK vs NZ

The referee decided to cancel the match due to rain. But what is the condition of the audience has become a big question.

Will those who invested in this match get their money back? The answer is no. Because according to the policy of Pakistan Cricket Board, the spectators’ money is not refunded after the toss.

That means neither the Pakistan cricket team, nor the New Zealand team, nor the PCB lost due to the match being stopped due to rain. But the spectators who came to watch the match lost.

PAK vs NZ: The T20 series between Pakistan and New Zealand started as per plan. The first match of this series will be held in Rawalpindi on 18 April. The game was stopped after 2 balls of the toss. If the game is paused, it cannot be restarted. This happened due to heavy rain.

In such a situation, the mood of the cricket lovers who came to watch the match in the stadium got spoiled. Being out of contention his hopes were dashed in two ways. The Chief Minister could not enjoy the thrill of cricket. Secondly, the spectators were deeply hurt because the Pakistan Cricket Board did not even refund the ticket amount.

The first T20 between Pakistan and New Zealand was stopped due to rain. Here in Rawalpindi it is raining continuously. The same thing happened on the first day of T20 on 18 April.

PAK vs NZ
PAK vs NZ

The toss was delayed by half an hour due to rain. New Zealand won the toss and batted first. His guru also reached Greece. But then the rain came and only 2 balls could be hit. The match was stopped there.

Interesting thing to see in 2 ball game..

Play was stopped once after 2 balls but could not be restarted due to rain. That means the match ended incomplete. But he did not show much interest till that two-ball game.

The first interesting thing is that in this match more players are debuting than there are playable balls. One of them, Tim Robinson, made his international debut for New Zealand. Meanwhile, Pakistan saw the brilliance of Usman Khan, Irfan Khan and Abrar Ahmed in the first T20. Now these four stars have made their debut. But could play only 2 balls in the match.

Wicket in 2 balls..
21 year old Tim Robinson debuted as an opener for New Zealand. But the account could not be opened during this historical time of his life. Afridi was clean bowled by Pakistani left-arm fast bowler Shaheen Shah on the second ball of the first over of the match.

Then, Mark Chapman stepped in to support Tim Seifert. Both could not bat due to cloudy weather in Rawalpindi. Meanwhile, New Zealand team opened its account due to leg bye. But no Kiwi player has opened an account.

PCB will not return the money, will the spectators return?

The referee decided to cancel the match due to rain. But what is the condition of the audience has become a big question. Will those who invested in this match get their money back? The answer is no. Because according to the policy of Pakistan Cricket Board, the spectators’ money is not refunded after the toss.

That is, neither the Pakistan cricket team, nor the New Zealand team, nor the PCB lost due to the match being stopped due to rain. But the spectators who came to watch the match lost.

The second T20 match between Pakistan and New Zealand will also be played in Rawalpindi on 20 April. Two things are worth noting. First, will another match of the series be washed out due to rain? Second.. If PCB does not return the money after the cancellation of the first T20, will spectators come to these stadiums again? This should be seen.

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