Pakistan cricket team dons black armbands in solidarity with people affected by floods

Published 28 Aug, 2022 07:14pm

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The PCB has also announced that the gate fees from the first England T20i on September 20 will be donated to the PM's Flood Relief Fund.

<p>Photo: PCB</p>

Photo: PCB

The Pakistan cricket team are wearing black armbands at their Asia Cup match against India in solidarity with the people affected by the floods.

We spotted the bands on their arms ahead of the match and Geo News reported that the team was donning the bands in support of flood affectees.

Captain Babar Azam also posted a message a few days earlier, calling for people to help them as much as possible.

The PCB already announced that it will be donating the gate proceeds from the first T20i against England to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund.

The match is scheduled on September 20 at the National Stadium in Karachi and will begin at 7:30pm.