Javed Afridi Offers Sponsorship to Sri Lanka Cricket

Javed Afridi Offers Sponsorship to Sri Lanka Cricket

Javed Afridi, the owner of Peshawar Zalmi, said he was ready to give full support to Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) financially. Javed made a statement on social media Twitter. Javed Afridi Offers Sponsorship to Sri Lanka Cricket, he wanted to help Sri Lankan cricket fans in the ongoing situation in Sri Lanka.

“People of Sri Lanka love cricket as much as people of Pakistan,” Javed wrote on Twitter. But the current situation is not so good. It has hurt Lankan cricket fans. So I want to do my best to help Sri Lankan cricket maintain its international path.

The island nation of Sri Lanka is currently in a state of political and economic crisis. He has also had an impact on cricket. The Sri Lankan cricket board has already cancelled the one-day series against Pakistan to save fuel costs. Javed Afridi, the owner of Pakistan Super League team Peshawar Zalmi, wants to lend a helping hand in this situation in the country.

Earlier, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had also promised full cooperation for the island nation. They said that due to the strong ties between the cricket boards of the two countries, they are ready to show signs of brotherhood in this peril.

PCB Media Director Sami-ul-Hasan Barney said, “We have a strong relationship with the Sri Lankan Board and the two countries have always supported each other in difficult situations. We are always by their side in this danger.

Regarding Pakistan’s visit to Sri Lanka, Barney said, “The Sri Lankan board will make a decision based on the situation in their country. Wherever they decide to play on their field or in a neutral venue, that is what we will accept. We have no objection to their condition.

Peshawar Zalmi’s contribution to Pakistan cricket is noteworthy. They have been doing various public service and social service work since the beginning. This time, one of the successful teams of PSL announced to extend the hand of cooperation outside the country as well.

 


 

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