Imran Farhat criticises playing conditions in Pakistan's domestic cricket

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) are yet to make any comment on the same.

Imran Farhat. (Getty)

Former Pakistan batsman Imran Farhat has highly criticized the playing conditions and facilities for the players at the domestic circuit in the ongoing season.

The domestic season of Pakistan has got off to a start as the first round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy has already kicked off with many cricketers expressing their discontent with the facilities that are being provided to them. 

Even, former Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq had earlier posted a video on the social media criticizing the playing conditions for the domestic cricket.

On Tuesday (4 September), Farhat, who is currently leading the Habib Bank Limited side in the tournament, went on his official social media handle to express his frustration over the same at the Diamond Club Ground in Islamabad. He also revealed that the players were feeling ill and continuously struggling due to the poor ground conditions.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) are yet to make any comment and take any action against the same while many players are already on antibiotics at the moment.

The opener posted a video on Twitter with a caption, “So many players are bitten by bugs during the match at the Diamond cricket ground. Around 8 HBL players been to hospital because of disgusting dressing room and ground.”

Imran wasn’t done yet, as he shared another picture of himself with the teammates in the team bus, displaying a bug bite on his arm. He tweeted, “Going to hospital from the ground after horrible attack by bugs during the match.”





By Rashmi Nanda - 06 Sep, 2018

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