Pakistan to wear special kits in first T20I in solidarity with flood victims

KARACHI: Pakistan’s national men’s cricket team will wear the special kits in the first match of the home T20I series against England in an attempt to show solidarity with the flood victims.

Amid Pakistan captain, Babar Azam’s scheduled press conference ahead of the historic T20I series against England, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official made an announcement regarding the national team’s special kit for the first T20I.

According to the details, the national team will wear specially-designed kit in the first T20I, scheduled on September 20. The newly-designed kit shows solidarity with the flood victims and features players’ names and jersey numbers quarterly submerged.

Pakistan captain Babar, as a result, donned the special jersey in the trophy unveiling ceremony and the media talk before appealing to the citizens of Karachi to fill in the stadium in support of the special cause.

“I want to appeal to Karachi citizens to come to the stadium and support this worthy cause,” Babar stated.

Earlier, the PCB decided to grant free entry for the first T20I, scheduled on Tuesday to the flood affectees residing in the city upon the request of the Sindh Police.

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