Shahid Afridi IDP relief match Hold back to a later time

Lahore(14th July, 2014) Shahid Afridi’s proposed Twenty20 match to raise cash for individuals removed by the military operation in the nation’s northwest has been deferred because of the non-accessibility of a suitable venue.

The all-rounder had reported his aims to hold the match throughout the dispatch of his establishment in Karachi a month ago.

On Monday, Afridi said the match would now occur after the tour of Sri Lanka, which will be finished at the end of August.

“I requested Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) authorization to hold the match on a real Test venue like the Qaddafi stadium in Lahore. Because of upkeep work the board has requested that us hold the occasion after the Sri Lanka arrangement,” he told The Express Tribune.

Afridi included that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, previous chief Imran Khan and some unmistakable cricketers have affirmed their support in the match.

“Both the head administrator and Imran Khan are situated to show up; the thought behind the match is to raise greatest stores for the restoration of the Idps who are experiencing a genuine experience because of the progressing military operation,” he said.

Pakistan’s tour of Sri Lanka closes with the third One Day International (ODI) in Dambulla on August 30.