On a happening day in Pakistan cricket, Chris Lynn has decides to return home, PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) and BCB (Bangladesh Cricket Board) have agree to postpone the final leg of the Bangladesh tour while Pakistan’s first choice wicket-keeper Mohd. Rizwan blames Imad Wasim (skipper Karachi Kings) for a lack of opportunities during the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Coronavirus: Another International Tour Called Off
Coronavirus has already had a massive impact on the game of cricket world-wide. Hence, the Pakistan Bangladesh series that included an ODI and a Test match became a yet another causality.
However, both boards are likely to reschedule the final leg of the Bangladesh tour in March 2021. It is also expected that the PCB and the BCB will agree to add another Test match two the series, making it a three match affair.
Chris Lynn Decides To Return Home
Chris Lynn, the Australian batsman who only yesterday hammered a 113 of only 55 balls to help Lahore Qalandars in qualifying for the PSL semi-finals for the first time has decided to return home owing to the Coronavirus emergency. Hence, Qalandars will have to deal with the blow when they play their all-important game against the Kings tomorrow.
Mohd. Rizwan Blames Imad Wasim For A Lack Of Opportunities
Mohd. Rizwan during an interview minced little words while blaming the Karachi Kings’ skipper Imad Wasim for a lack of opportunity during the ongoing PSL. The franchise has preferred CAK Walton over Rizwan for most part during the season.
While Rizwan has flourished in other formats ever since taking over from Sarfraz Ahmed as Pakistan’s first choice wicket-keeper; the 27 year old hasn’t really impressed in the shortest format of the game. Therefore, while Mohd. Rizwan blames Imad Wasim and despite the fact that he says he is hurt, the move was pretty much on the cards from the word go.