ICC monitoring Afghanistan situation I icc is closely monitoring situation in afghanistan in touch with acb reports
ICC in touch with ACB: Whether or not Afghanistan’s team will participate in the T20 World Cup, there is a constant state of crisis over it. The ICC is closely monitoring the situation in Afghanistan.
- Crisis looms large over Afghanistan’s participation in T20 World Cup
- Taliban captured Afghanistan, after which the situation worsened
- ICC is closely monitoring the situation in Afghanistan
Dubai: The situation in Afghanistan has been very bad for the last few days and its information has been given to the International Cricket Council (ICC). The situation has worsened after the Taliban have occupied Afghanistan. The Taliban suddenly took over and updates are coming from Afghanistan that the country is in great trouble at the moment. The ICC, however, is in touch with the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) and is constantly getting information about what is happening in the national capital Kabul.
The Taliban have even entered Kabul and occupied the country while the political leaders of Afghanistan have left the country. According to the Times of India report, the ICC is monitoring the situation in Kabul and is in touch with the ACB officials. The current situation has aggravated the crisis over Afghanistan’s participation in the T20 World Cup. This year the T20 World Cup will be held in UAE and Oman from October 17.
ACB’s attempt to organize tri-series with West Indies and Australia
Hekmat Hasan, media manager of the Afghanistan team, recently revealed that despite the current situation, Afghanistan’s team will take part in the T20 World Cup. It was also revealed that the cricket team would return to practice in Kabul at some point. Apart from this, Afghanistan has to play a three-match ODI series against Pakistan in Sri Lanka next month, but now it has become a state of doubt.
The Afghanistan Cricket Board is currently trying to finalize the venue of the tri-series with Australia and West Indies. This proposed series of T20 format will be organized in terms of preparation for the World Cup. As far as the capture of Taliban is concerned, the group has already said that it has nothing to do with cricket or players.
The Afghanistan women’s team has some area of concern regarding ACB as 25 players were awarded annual contracts. Apart from this, there will be changes in the administration, which will attract the attention of the ICC.
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