The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed that the Green Shirts’ ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup voyage concluded on Saturday. Pakistani players depart India in two groups after World Cup. As a result, the squad will depart India in two groups. At Edens Gardens in Kolkata, England defeated Pakistan. By a significant margin of 93 runs in their final group match; the Green Shirts were eliminated from the mega tournament.
Pakistani players depart India in two groups after World Cup
Emirates flight EK571 will transport the initial group of eleven team members from Kolkata at 8:55 am on Sunday, following the event. The remaining members will depart Kolkata via Emirates flight EK573 at 8:20 pm on the same day. The players and squad members will depart for their respective locations following their arrival in Dubai.
Emirates flight EK618 will transport players from Sialkot to their city on November 13, according to the cricket governing body. On November 13, individuals representing the team management and players from KPK, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi are scheduled to travel to Islamabad via EK612.
On November 13, both players and team management from Lahore will disembark from two separate flights, EK622 and EK624. Conversely, Hasan Ali will remain in India. The date of his return to Pakistan is November 22.
Mickey Arthur, the director of the team, will reside in Dubai from November 13 to November 16 prior to his November 16 departure for Lahore. It is important to note that the Men in Green finished in fifth place with a net run rate (NRR) of -0.199, having won only four of nine games.
The ICC World Test Championship will commence in Australia. Pakistan will compete in three Tests as their next international assignment. Beginning of the series on December 14.