Pakistan Cricket Board, PCB cancel Mohammad Hasnain NOC for CPL

Pakistan Cricket Board, PCB cancel Mohammad Hasnain NOC for Caribbean Premier League CPL 2019

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) cancelled the certificate of non-objection (NOC) given to fast bowler Mohammad Hasnain who allowed him to participate in the current Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and ordered him to return to Pakistan immediately to join in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (QeA) ongoing after the media raised the issue. The fast-bowling player will now participate in the QeA trophy after appearing in the series against Sri Lanka later this month.

Previously, the issue of double standards raised by media staff against the PCB after its claim that all national cricketers participate in the QeA Trophy proves to be fake. On the one hand, the PCB claimed to increase the quality of domestic cricket by introducing six provincial teams that replaced the now redundant departmental teams, on the other hand, the PCB ridiculed its own rules.

Hyderabad native Mohammad Husnain openly allowed to participate in league cricket, making a mockery of the rules set by the Pakistan Cricket Board. The QeA Trophy begun in Karachi, Lahore and Abbottabad; however, Sindh’s team lacks the services of the young player who is currently busy in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

Instead of allowing him to work on his shortcomings, the young man had given a NOC to appear in the current full CPL season.

Similarly, the all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez, who retired from the cricket Test in 2018, surprisingly named in the Southern Punjab squadron. The former skipper reminded PCB officials that he retired from the longer format and requested that a young man replaces him.

The 27-year-old fast-bowling player, Mohammad Amir, recently withdrawn from the cricket test by the PCB. The same officials accepted the quick-bowling player Wahab Riaz’s request to rest the national tournament. It should be noted that Riaz has also expressed its desire to withdraw from the longer format.

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