Karachi: Giving free tickets to Pakistan West Indies 3rd T20 students did not help either. Gentleness was exercised.
According to the details, uncertainty remained in the West Indian squad due to new Corona cases. In such a situation, the number of spectators in the third T20 match played at National Stadium Karachi was very low. Tickets were free for students of different educational institutions. Despite the distribution, the longing to fill the PCB venue with spectators could not be fulfilled.
The empty stands continued to annoy the players, some of the spectators brought with them instruments which were played from time to time, the spectators applauded the smoky batting of the guest players and applauded on the high and lofty sixes, later Pakistani Beaters When the sixes were released, slogans were heard in the field, national flags were waved by the spectators during the match, lighting of torches was a beautiful occasion, Baba remained the center of attention of the cricket spectators.
On the other hand, during the last match, the national identity cards of those entering the stadium were checked and the vaccination certificate was also checked.
Muhammad Hasnain and Iftikhar clashed while catching West Indies captain Nicholas Puran. There was a minor altercation between the two. Pakistan maintained their unbeaten T20 record at the National Stadium, the second hat-trick of victories against the West Indies. The truck also completed, the spectators cheered and cheered.