Peshawar Zalmi Owner Demands PSL-IPL Team Match

Peshawar Zalmi Owner Demands PSL-IPL Team Match

Sumera Saeed | November 25, 2016 | category: Cricket

Peshawar Zalmi Owner Demands PSL-IPL Team Match

The owner of Peshawar Zalmi cricket team, Javed Afridi met the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Anurag Thakur in an attempt to restore the Pak-Indo cricket.

After the meeting with BCCI president Javed Afridi stated that he hoped to restore the cricket ties between both the countries. He said that they had discussed about the Pakistan and India cricket relations and also about IPL and PSL teams to play a third neutral venue for the cricket matches.

He said that the felt happy after meeting and hoped that the next meeting will be held in Sri Lanka next month.

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Javed Afridi also presented the team shirt to Thakur on the occasion.

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