September, 22, 2023
Colombo R. Premadasa Stadium Hit by Rain

Colombo R. Premadasa Stadium Hit by Rain

The R. Premadasa International Stadium in Colombo was flooded with rain and frantic efforts were made to prepare the venue for the scheduled matches from yesterday.

KARACHI (Sports Desk) Before the matches in Colombo, the weather began to show its effect, The R. Premadasa International Stadium got burnt by rain, and frantic efforts were made to prepare the venue for the scheduled matches from Saturday, Chief Curator Godfrey Debor Meera. said that if the meteorological department releases the forecast a little earlier, it will be easier for us. According to the details, the rest of the matches of the Asia Cup are to be held at the R. Premadasa International Stadium in Colombo KR, including the Super 4 round match between Pakistan and India, but the rain is ready to spoil the color this time as well, the weather forecast is not good. But the Sri Lankan cricket authorities are hopeful that the ground will be ready for the matches in time. The venue has already become quite wet due to the heavy rains of the previous day, where Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are scheduled to play on Saturday while Pakistan and India will face each other the following day, SLC Chief Curator Godfrey said. Deborah Meera said that there is a forecast of rain, It rained heavily in the morning, which made the field and surrounding area wet, and the outfield absorbed a lot of water, but we are trying our best to prepare it for the matches. It is to be remembered that due to the weather, the possibility of shifting the competition from Limbo to another venue was also shown, but the Indian board did not agree. Godfrey said that Colombo, Palau Keli, and Hambantota are all raining, We have deployed around 100 staff at the three venues and the pitches will be ready in the stadiums, We have been told that the matches will be held in Limbo. We are preparing in this regard, but other venues will also be ready to host.

Pakistan is ready to face the Indian challenge. Will show 100 percent performance, Pacers performed best, Babar Azam

Lahore (Sports Reporter) Pakistan is ready to face the Indian change in the Super 4 Four stage of the Asia Cup. Captain Babar Azam says that he will give 100% form in the big competition. Demonstrated, the full support of the crowd at the Gaddafi Stadium increases the motivation of the cricketers to perform. According to the details, the match between Pakistan and India in Kandy in the Asia Cup group stage was fruitless due to rain. took over the batting line-up, before heavy rain interfered with the Green Shirts’ chase of 267 runs. Weather permitting, the arch-rivals will face each other in the Super 4 phase at Ko Limbo on Sunday. Speaking after defeating Bangladesh at the Gaddafi Stadium, Babar Azam said the win boosted the team’s confidence. They are always ready for competition, they will give 100% form against India, and they will try to use their best skills. The captain said that despite the intense heat in Lahore, the Pacers performed well, all were in excellent form, Looking at the little grass on the pitch, they added Faheem Ashraf in place of Muhammad Nawaz and they bowled well. Batters are also accepting the challenge, Gaddafi Stadium always gets full support from the crowd, and the encouragement given there increases the passion of the cutters to perform on the field as well.

Asia Cup: Haris 9, Naseem, and Shaheen 7, 7 catches, and among the prominent batsmen, Babar Azam is in the second position by scoring 168 runs.

Lahore (Sports Reporter) Among the top three bowlers of the Asia Cup, Haris Rauf 9, Naseem Shah, and Shaheen Shah Afridi have taken 7 and 7 wickets respectively. All 10 and 9 wickets of Bangladesh were taken, Najamul Hasan Shantu is the leader among the batsmen with 193 runs, Babar Azam (168) is second, Mehdi Hasan Mirza (117) is third and Hashmatullah Shahidi (110) is in fourth place.

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