The 3 matches one-day series between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The plan for another month in Sri Lanka has been postponed. Until 2022 following the Taliban’s takeover of control in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan’s three-matches ODI series. Against Pakistan has postponed, the Pakistan Cricket Board said on Monday.
The series was a plan to play in Sri Lanka in early September.
The Afghanistan Cricket Board asked for the delay following the collapse of the country’s government. And the takeover by the Taliban, the PCB said.
The PCB cited both the challenges in traveling from Afghanistan. An increase in Covid-19 cases in Sri Lanka, and the “players’ mental health issues” as reasons for the postponement.
“Pakistan has accepted Afghanistan Board’s request to postpone next month’s ODI series due to players’ mental health issues, disruption in flight operations in Kabul, and other issues,” Pakistan Cricket Board said.
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The series Afghanistan’s domestic series. Due to being playing within the Sri Lankan port city of Hambantota. It is because of the pandemic Covid-19 cases in Sri Lanka. Where a ten-day lockdown was declared on Saturday.
The Afghanistan cricket group had planned to travel to Pakistan. Also, by street and then fly out to Sri Lanka via Dubai. The PCB included that the two cricket sheets will attempt to reschedule the series in 2022.
The three-match series was part of the One-day Super League. It is a capability handled for the 2023 World Cup to be hold in India.
Since the Taliban take over Afghanistan. Also, following the withdrawal of USA and NATO strengths and the collapse of the chosen government. There was a flight disruption in Kabul.