The Pak-Afghan cricket series has been postponed for a year as, according to the Afghan Cricket Board, its team is not prepared enough.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, Afghan Cricket Board Chief Executive Officer Hamid Shinwari announced postponing the series.
The scheduled Pak-Afghan cricket series has been postponed because the players were unprepared, he said, adding that the decision was made after due considerations.
The series was scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka but the countrywide lockdown made authorities hold the event in Pakistan.
Pakistan issued visas to Afghan cricketers and a spokesperson for the Afghan Cricket Board, Hikmatullah, claimed that the series will be held in Pakistan in the first week of September.
Reporter: Hafiz Shahbaz