Pak-Zimbabwe series: 300 tickets stolen from PCB office
According to details, an employee of PCB Mr Irfan is suspected to have stolen the tickets. A case has been registered against him at Gulberg Police Station, sources confirmed.
Another person, impersonating as a police official, has also been held for his alleged involvement in black marketing the match tickets.
Pakistan is going to host first international cricket match after six years. No international cricket team visited Pakistan since terrorists attacked the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore six years ago, killing eight people and injuring seven players.
However, the tour of Zimbabwean team is a ray of hope for Pakistanis who are really excited to see the green-shirts take on Zimbabwe in the much-awaited first T20 today (Friday).
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