Pakistan beat Sri Lanka with a 3-0 Twenty20 whitewash on Sunday, as authorities trusted it would help restore the nation’s notoriety for facilitating worldwide cricket.
Pakistan crush Sri Lanka by 36 keeps running in third and last T20I of the match in Lahore at Gaddafi Stadium. Mohammad Amir who was playing a match at home after quite a while stamped expert on his arrival and packed away four wickets in four overs and gave away only 13 runs. Prior, in the wake of batting first Pakistan indented up a sum of 180/3 in assigned 20 overs.
Shoaib Malik played yet another glimmering thump of 51 keeps running for his side. Pakistan enrolled win in the ODI arrangement too yet lost the Test arrangement in UAE.The first two matches, which Pakistan won by seven and two wickets respectively, were played in Abu Dhabi.
However, Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi titled the match “historic”.
“This is historic because it marks the beginning of a new era of international cricket in Pakistan,” said Sethi. “This sends a big signal to the rest of the cricketing nations that Pakistan is ready to host international cricket.”
On other hands, Sri Lanka Cricket President Thilanag Sumathipala promised his load up won’t leave Pakistan in disconnection.
“We are happy and privileged to be here to support Pakistan cricket,” said Sumathipala. “It’s a wonderful cricketing nation. Pakistan has done so much for world cricket and to sports in general so we cannot leave them in isolation.”
— PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) October 29, 2017
3rd T20I: Pakistan won by 36 runs. SL 144/9 (20, Shanaka 54) Vs PAK 180/3 (20 Ov) #PAKvSL
— Sri Lanka Cricket (@OfficialSLC) October 29, 2017
It was a happy return to Lahore for Pakistan – here’s how they swept the T20I series 3-0! #PAKvSL
— ICC (@ICC) October 29, 2017