BCCI President Sourav Ganguly at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka said today that I cannot comment at the moment. We will keep an eye out. Australia are currently playing there. The Sri Lankan team is doing really well. So let’s wait a month.
The situation in Sri Lanka is getting worse right now. Sri Lanka is in a financial crisis. The period of political crisis is at its height. The general population of Sri Lanka is constantly protesting. The good news, however, is that bilateral cricket series are played continuously in Sri Lanka. Recently, the trip to Australia ended. Now Pakistan’s team has reached Sri Lanka to play two test matches. A video has also been shared by Pakistan Cricket regarding this. This video shows all the players who reached the Sri Lanka trip playing football. The players seem very happy. In the video, Pak captain Babar Azam is also present along with his teammates.
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Let us tell you that in the midst of the political upheaval in Sri Lanka, an emergency has been declared. In such a situation, it was thought that it could also have an effect on the cricket field. But Pakistan’s team will play the first match of the two-Test series in Galle from 16 July. Apart from this, the second test match will be played from July 24 at R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. If cricket continues in Sri Lanka, fears of the Asia Cup will be over. This time the Asia Cup is to be held in Sri Lanka. However, due to the situation there, many concerns are raised. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly at the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka said today that I cannot comment at the moment. We will keep an eye out. Australia are currently playing there. The Sri Lankan team is doing really well. So let’s wait a month.
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Thank you Sri Lanka for hosting us: Warner
Australia’s aggressive opener David Warner has thanked Sri Lanka for hosting the team in “very difficult times” and said he will never forget the tour. Fans flocked to the stadium in large numbers for the month-long series against Australia. The left-handed batsman posted an emotional message to people and fans of Sri Lanka on Instagram. Warner wrote that you thank Sri Lanka for hosting us in difficult times. We are so grateful to be here and get the chance to practice the sport we love. We know you all love supporting the game.