Dubai: Before the T20 World Cup, a shameful act of the Pakistan cricket team has come to the fore. Actually, Pakistan has removed the name of India from the logo of the tournament on its T20 World Cup jersey. Let us tell you that India is hosting the 2021 T20 World Cup, but due to Corona virus it has been shifted to UAE.
PAK team did this lousy act regarding India
India is the real host of this tournament. In such a situation, Pakistan has done such an act of embarrassment to itself in front of the world. Recently the teams participating in this tournament have started displaying their jerseys. Pakistan has written UAE on this jersey without writing the name of the host country India.
— Imran Emi (@Imran_emi1) October 7, 2021
According to the rules, it is necessary to have the name of India.
According to ICC rules, all teams in ICC tournaments are required to write the name and year of the host country along with the name of the tournament on the right side of their chest. In this sense, ‘ICC Men’s T20 World Cup India 2021’ was to be written here, but Pakistan has written UAE here instead of India.
Orange is the new black
— Gray-Nicolls (@graynics) October 5, 2021
ICC can take action
Although Pakistan has not yet officially displayed its World Cup jersey, but if it displays the same jersey, then BCCI and ICC can take action against it. The jersey of Pakistan is being displayed on social media unofficially for the upcoming T20 World Cup. UAE is written on it instead of India.
Discussions intensified about Pakistan’s lousy act
Due to this, discussions are intensifying on social media about this lousy act of Pakistan. Now it will be interesting to see whether the Pakistan Cricket Board takes any official action or changes in this matter before the start of Super 12. The teams of India and Pakistan will face each other on October 24 at the Dubai International Stadium. After 2 years, both will face once again in the ICC tournament.
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