PCB Makes Shocking Blunder on Karachi Stadium’s Honours Board

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has made a huge blunder with its newly placed honours board at National Stadium in Karachi.

Former Australian captain, David Boon, who made a heroic century against Pakistan in 1994 has been labeled as a New Zealand cricketer on the National Stadium’s honours board.

The mistake was identified by a journalist after Pakistan’s first match against Sri Lanka was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain on Friday.

He then shared his findings on Twitter:

Australian cricketer, David Boon, labeled as a New Zealand player on National Stadium honor board.

Boon played 107 Tests and 181 ODIs for Australia from 1984 to 1996 and has been on the International Cricket Council (ICC) Elite Panel of Match Referees since 2011.

The 58-year-old is also appointed as the match referee for limited-overs matches during Sri Lanka’s ongoing tour of Pakistan.

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    • let them write Wasim Akram as Indian and see who cares…
      in a normal world you put correct things or fix your mistakes so start caring for things you do or you see….

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