Ramiz Raja Reveals Profit Earned From PAK Vs AUS Series
Three countries New Zealand, England, and Australia had previously canceled tours of Pakistan because of safety concerns. Later, Australia toured Pakistan to play cricket. The historic Australia tour of Pakistan recently concluded with the visitors winning one Twenty20 International match. Many pundits were saying that Australia wouldn’t come to Pakistan, but PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja and board officials worked tirelessly to attract a full-strength Australian side.
Former captain Ramiz Raja told that PCB has made more profit than it expected, PCB has earned more than Rs. 2 billion PKR from this series.
PCB’s Super Series proposal is just one way that the cricketing world is looking to bring in some extra revenue. PCB has made a four-nation Super Series proposal and Ramiz was confident that this project will bring in lots of money for everyone involved. “Cricket Australia has welcomed the idea, but the ECB, BCCI, and ICC are still discussing the proposal.
Cricket analysts think, as the four major cricket boards in the world, Cricket Australia (CA), the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), are all looking at ways to improve their cricket, So PCB’s proposal should be accepted.
It’s a positive sign for Pakistani cricket, which has suffered in recent years. The historic series between Pakistan and Australia last month was a big serve to the critics who claimed that cricket’s favorite sport couldn’t take place in Pakistan.