Pakistan’s cricketing team has been allowed to tour England in July for a bilateral cricket series.
Ehsan Mani, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, met with Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday in Islamabad.
Mani briefed the prime minister on talks with the England and Wales Cricket Board, according to a statement from the PM ‘s office.
In July the Prime Minister gave Pakistan a go-ahead to tour England.“Cricket is in the blood of Pakistanis,” he said.
PM Khan said all sporting events had been halted by the coronavirus pandemic but they wanted grounds lined with crowds once more.
During the show, the national team must act upon SOPs, he directed.