ICC World Cup 2023 | What is the problem in playing on the Ahmedabad pitch? Shahid Afridi raised questions on PCB’s stubbornness, publicly put class

New Delhi: Controversy has been going on for the last several days over the Asia Cup 2023. However, now this dispute has been resolved. Pakistan is hosting. But, this tournament will be held under the hybrid model. This means that in this tournament, four matches will be played in Pakistan and the remaining 9 matches will be played in Sri Lanka. After the issue of Asia Cup is over, there has been an uproar regarding the World Cup 2023 to be held in India this year. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had said that it does not want to play the match in Ahmedabad. At the same time, now the former Pakistan cricketer has given a controversial statement. BCCI sent the final draft It is known that the BCCI has sent the final draft of the World Cup 2023. According to this, the World Cup will start from October 5 and on October 15, a great match will be played between India and Pakistan. This match will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. After this, the ICC has sent this schedule to the countries participating in this tournament for their feedback. Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board said that the match will not be played in Ahmedabad as per the schedule. Now the former Pakistan veteran cricketer took a jibe at his own board and said, what is the problem in playing there? Also read Former Pakistan player gave a controversial statement While talking to a local news channel, former Pakistan veteran all-rounder Shahid Afridi gave such a statement, which everyone was stunned to hear. Shahid Afridi has urged the Pakistan Cricket Board that the team should play matches in Ahmedabad. Along with this, it has also been said that playing against India in Ahmedabad should also win. Raising questions on Pakistan, he said, ‘Why are they refusing to play on Ahmedabad pitches? Does it spew fire or are there ghosts here?’ Pakistan should play The former Pak all-rounder further said, ‘Go, play and win. If you have these issues, the only way to overcome them is to win big. If anything matters, it is the victory of the Pakistan team. Think of it positively. If India wants to compete there, you should go and win in front of packed Indian fans and show them what you are.

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