Pakistan is disappointed after losing India, a petition to ban entire cricket team

A cricket fan, disappointed by the defeat in the ICC World Cup from India, filed a petition in Gujranwala court seeking a ban on the team and the selection committee to be sacked. Pakistan’s cricketers have been facing severe criticism from fans and former players since losing the match against India in a match against arch-rivals India on Sunday, on Sunday.

The team is in ninth with three points in five matches in the table. According to the news channel of Sam News, the petitioner has demanded to dissolve the selection committee, led by chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, with the ban on the cricket team. However, the petitioner did not know about it.

In response to the petition, Gujranwala court has summoned the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), officials. Meanwhile, according to the news of Geo News, a decision on the release of some other members of the management, along with the coach and selectors, could be decided in the meeting of the board of PCB on Wednesday in Lahore.

The people who are likely to be disqualified include Team Manager Talat Ali, bowling coach Azhar Mahmood, and the entire selection committee. Along with this, the term of coach Mikey Arthur will not be extended. PCB Director General Wasim Khan is returning home from abroad to join the foreign tour.

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