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Jersey Controversy Fans Fume Over Missing Pakistan

Jersey Controversy Fans Fume Over Missing Pakistan. Fans are in a firestorm over not having the name of the host “Pakistan” on the team’s jersey.

Ahead of the Asia Cup hosted by Pakistan, cricket fans were left in a tizzy when the name of the host team was not on the jerseys of the teams.

Several users on the social networking site Twitter (X) pointed out that last year when Teams wore the official jersey of the Asia Cup 2022, the hosting logo of Sri Lanka was present, but the hosting logo of Pakistan was not on the jersey of the green shirts. There are no other Asian teams.

Yesterday, when the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced the official kit for the World Cup scheduled in India, the name of India was prominently present on it.


The host of the current edition of the Asia Cup is Pakistan, but Pakistan fans are disappointed because the name of the host country is not written on the team’s jersey, and they are also presenting different arguments.

It should be noted that the Asia Cup will start on August 30 with a match between the teams of Pakistan and Nepal.

Read More: Before the Asia and World Cup, the Pakistani team sounded the alarm

A few weeks before the double tournaments of the Asia Cup and the World Cup, the Pakistani cricket team consisting of young players sounded the alarm for the teams around the world by securing the first position in the global ODI rankings.

Pakistan’s pace attack consisting of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammad Wasim Jr., Faheem Ashraf, and Haris Rauf is being talked about everywhere, due to speed and swing, Pakistani pace attack is being called the most dangerous bowling attack even in Asian conditions.

Even as Indian pundits and cricket gurus across the border are claiming that the Pakistan team under Babar Azam’s captaincy is stronger than India, the Indian batsmen also seem scared to face the Pakistani fast bowling.

Ex-Indian Test cricketers are also criticizing the selection of Indians suffering from fitness problems. Before coming to Sri Lanka, Indian batsmen started special exercises in the nets to face Pakistani fast bowlers especially Shaheen Afridi in Bengaluru.

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