Zaka Ashraf arrived in India today in order to attend the ICC Executive Board meeting, which takes place this Saturday in Ahmedabad.
Zaka Ashraf, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Management Committee, arrived in India on Saturday in order to attend the ICC Executive Board meeting in Ahmedabad. Zaka and Chief Operating Officer Salman Nasser left for Ahmedabad, where they will witness the World Cup final on Sunday. Reviewing the World Cup’s management, showpiece income collection, and fan attendance is anticipated during the ICC EB meeting. According to PCB sources, it would also include Pakistan’s hosting of the Champions Trophy in 2025 and the future of 50-over cricket.
Zaka has already been to Ahmedabad to see the big Pakistan vs. India game on October 14. India had taken seven wickets to win the match.
Babar Azam resigned as captain of Pakistan on Wednesday after his country was unable to advance to the World Cup semifinals.
Following his appointment as the nation’s new T20I captain, Pakistani pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi tweeted his appreciation and joy. Babar Azam resigned as captain of all three formats, and Afridi was appointed as the T20I captain by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday.
Following Pakistan’s failure to go past the group stages of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, Babar announced his resignation. Pakistan finished eighth in the ICC World Cup in India with eight points from nine matches, a miserable showing. With an average of 40 and a strike rate of 82.90, Babar’s 320 runs in nine World Cup matches ranked third for Pakistan.
Taking to X, Afridi expressed his gratitude and honour at being named Pakistan’s T20I captain. He also promised to work hard to win cricket matches for the Men in Green.