If Pakistan can beat India at T20 World Cup: PCB President Ramiz Raja said he was approached by an investor. Who promised him a blank check if Pakistan can claim its first victory over India in the upcoming T20 World Cup.
By emphasizing the need for a thriving cricket culture in Pakistan. The PCB will have a golden opportunity to strengthen its finances. If the Pakistan cricket team can beat India at the T20 World Cup in Dubai on October 24.
PCB President Ramiz Raja said he was approached by an investor. Who promised him a blank check if Pakistan can claim its first victory. Over India in the upcoming T20 World Cup.
“PCB runs 50 percent on the funding of ICC. 90 percent of funding to ICC comes from India. I’m afraid that if India stopped funding ICC. Then PCB might collapse because PCB gives zero percent funding to ICC,” Cricket Pakistan
With the country of Pakistan not having international cricket for several years. The PCB was hopeful with the planned series against New Zealand and England. However, with both teams abandoning their respective tours. The board has been thrown into limbo and finances are likely to suffer a slump after the tour is abandoned. Raja has concrete plans and is determined to start immediately to secure the financial prospects of the board. And of Pakistan cricket in general.
“If our cricket economy is strong, we won’t be uses and then binned by teams like England and New Zealand. Best cricket team and best cricket economy are two big challenges. We have increased the salaries of domestic cricketers. By a hundred thousand rupees as we want to ensure that they earn at least four million rupees every year. PCB is also looking for sponsors in this regard.”
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