#PakVsNZ trends on twitter and netizens are trolling India and Blackcaps

#PakVsNZ trends on twitter and netizens are trolling India and New Zealand

Despite the Pakistani government’s assurances and a favorable security assessment, New Zealand Cricket has cancelled its Pakistan’s tour, claiming “security risks” hours before the first ODI match.

The Black Caps were scheduled to face Pakistan in the first of three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) this evening in Rawalpindi before travelling to Lahore for a five-match T20 series.

The team had come in the country after 18 years due to favorable feedback from a security expert they had dispatched to examine the situation.

According to the PCB, the security personnel who travelled with the New Zealand squad were happy with the security measures established by the Pakistan government throughout their stay in Pakistan.

“PCB is willing to keep the scheduled matches going. Cricket fans in Pakistan and around the world, however, would be saddened by this last-minute pullout “according to the PCB

The Prime Minister of Pakistan directly talked with the Prime Minister of New Zealand and assured her that “Pakistan has one of the strongest intelligence systems in the world and that there is no security danger of any sort for the visiting team,”.

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However, netizens are annoyed and unhappy with this action of New Zealand team and its government and took the internet to express their grief and opinions.

Here is how twitteratis are reacting to this event under this trend #PakvsNZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The conspiracy has always been part of Pakistani cricket and this time also got victimized by alien power. However, the stance is clear by Pakistan’s Prime Minister and Chairman PCB to investigate this matter to the highest possible level to keep the integrity of the country.

Nayab Khan

Nayab Khan is a freelance tech-writer whose specialty is absorbing the key data and articulating the most important points. She helps IT based organizations communicate their message clearly across multiple channels.
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