After the rain it was agreed to shift the remaining matches to Hambantota
The former chairman PCB has questioned the Asian Cricket Council’s decision to hold the remaining matches of the Asia Cup in Colombo and questioned whether India is afraid of playing Pakistan and losing.
Asia Cup 2023 is being played under the hybrid model which is jointly hosted by Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Despite the unanimous decision to shift the remaining matches to Hambantota after the rain, ACC President Jay Shah unilaterally decided to hold all the matches in Colombo.
On this decision, former chairman Pakistan Cricket Board Najam Sethi wrote in his post on the social media website X that the Indian Cricket Board and the Asian Cricket Council had informed the PCB that in view of the forecast of rain between India and Pakistan. It has been decided to shift the next match from Colombo to Hambantota.