PCB Chairman Najam Sethi Happy Over Acceptance of Hybrid Model of Asia Cup 2023

Asia Cup 2023

Najam Sethi, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has expressed his elation over the acceptance of the hybrid model for the Asia Cup 2023. The hybrid model will see four matches of the tournament being played in Pakistan, while the remaining nine matches will be played in Sri Lanka.

The hybrid model for the Asia Cup 2023 was the only way that the tournament could be held, as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had refused to send their team to Pakistan.

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Najam Sethi said that he was elated that the hybrid model had been accepted and that it was the best solution for the tournament. He also said that he understood the BCCI’s position and that he hoped that the two boards could work together in the future to bring more cricket to Pakistan.

The Asia Cup is one of the most important tournaments in the cricket calendar, and it is a major boost for Pakistan cricket that it will be able to host some of the matches. The tournament is expected to be a huge success, and it will be a great opportunity for Pakistan to showcase their cricketing prowess to the world.

Here are some of the key points from Najam Sethi’s statement:

  • He is “elated” that the hybrid model has been accepted.
  • He understands the BCCI’s position.
  • He hopes that the two boards can work together in the future.
  • He believes that the Asia Cup will be a huge success.

The acceptance of the hybrid model is a major victory for the PCB, and it is a sign that cricket in Pakistan is slowly but surely recovering from years of isolation. It is also a sign that the PCB is willing to be flexible and to work with other boards in order to bring cricket to Pakistan. This is a positive development, and it is one that could lead to more cricket being played in Pakistan in the future.