In order to commemorate the fundraisers for the flood victims, Pakistan will donate unique uniform for the first T20 International against England. The fact that floods have harmed millions of individuals in Pakistan, the Pakistan Cricket Board has made the decision to step up and assist the flood victims.
The first Twenty20 International match between Pakistan and England is on 20th of September at National Stadium Karachi. PCB will give the flood victims the proceeds from the match’s gate.
Pakistan team will be wearing a special jersey in the first T20I to raise awareness about the devastation that the floods have caused in the country.#PAKvENG | #UKSePK pic.twitter.com/vfsXPOdu4O— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) September 19, 2022
In addition, the Pakistani squad will donate a unique shirt to raise awareness of the issue and aid flood victims. In the pre-game press conference, Babar Azam introduced the shirt. The design is identical to the T20 World Cup kit. Additionally, Babar Azam declared that one Asia Cup match’s match money would be donated to the fund for flood victims.
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