Pakistan scores victory, U-19 Asia Cup shifted from India

Pakistan scores victory, U-19 Asia Cup shifted from India

Pakistan scores victory, U-19 Asia Cup shifted from India

The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) on Saturday relocated the Asian Under-19 to Malaysia after Pakistan raised security concerns over sending their team to India.

The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) made a decision to shift the U-19 Asia Cup from Bengaluru to Kuala Lumpur after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) refused to send its team to India, reported PTI. Sethi has replaced Shaharyar Khan as both PCB and ACC heads. He added that the debate will, among other matters, decide about the hosting venue of the Under-19 Asia Cup, which is being held in India in November, 2017.

The Pakistan Cricket Board today threw a spanner into the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 tournament now underway when it abruptly revoked No-Objection Certificates given to 13 players now in England and the West Indies and has asked them to return home to fulfill national and domestic commitments.

The call taken by Najam Sethi-led PCB is due to the rescheduling of the World XI's tour of Pakistan, the cricket board announced in a press release on Friday.

Legendary cricketer and former cricket coach Javed Miandad has called on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to stop bothering about reviving bilateral cricketing ties with arch-rivals India and instead focus on improving the game at domestic level.

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Mourinho, " I only hope tomorrow the team that wins, the doping control people allow them to celebrate and enjoy their moment ". There is no doubt Adedeji, his brother and his father are all eager for the 2017/18 Premier League season to get under way.

The same year, Pakistan athletes were expelled from a hockey league following protests.

Meanwhile, the PCB has also initiated legal action against India for not honouring a deal under which the two countries were set to play six senior series between 2014-2023.

The Pakistan Cricket Board's new boss wants to welcome worldwide tours back to the country but has urged for patience because of the prevailing security situation.

The PCB has also hired a British law firm to represent it in the case and file the compensation claim with the committee.

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