The monsoon flooding has created mayhem across the nation
Pakistan men's cricket team will wear black armbands in their first match of ACC T20 Asia Cup 2022 against India today to express their solidarity and support for the flood affectees across the country.
According to details, the monsoon flooding has created mayhem across the nation, and as many as 119 people have died over the last 24 hours, as per figures released by Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Authority on Sunday
Pakistan cricket team will wear black arm bands in their first match of ACC T20 Asia Cup 2022 against India today to express their solidarity and support for the flood affectees across the country.
As many as 110 districts were hit by the floods, 72 districts have been marked as calamity hit, and at least 33 million people in Pakistan have been affected due to rainfall, according to reports.
Close to 950,000 homes have been destroyed, of which over 650,000 homes have been partially damaged.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan cricket team, led by Babar Azam, will face their arch-rivals for their Asia Cup 2022 opener. The two teams last faced each other in October 2021 during the T20 World Cup at the same venue and it was Babar’s side that won the game by a comprehensive margin of 10 wickets, chasing a target of 152.
The upcoming game between the two Asian giants will be their 10th meeting in T20Is and 15th overall in the competition. India has the upper hand in both categories, leading 7-2 in T20Is and 8-5 in Asia Cups. Pakistan have won the Asia Cup title two times, and India have won it seven times.