Pakistan Cricket Board (Photo Credits: IANS)
Karachi, April 11: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will launch its ‘Hall of Fame’ to honor the achievements of its great past players. At the start of the launch, it will include six members of the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame – Hanif Mohammed, Imran Khan, Javed Miandad, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Zaheer Abbas – in the PCB ‘Hall of Fame’. At the same time from 2021, three players will be included every year, who will be selected by an independent panel.
According to PCB guidelines, cricketers who have been retired for at least five years from international cricket will be eligible to be inducted into the PCB Hall of Fame. Pakistan made its Test debut in 1952 on 16 October.
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PCB chief Ehsan Mani said, “After attaining Test status, world class cricketers have come out of Pakistan who not only put Pakistan on the world map but also made their mark on world cricket”. Taken during the virtual meeting of the board.
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