Before the start of the first ODI on Friday, the Kiwis had abruptly announced the end of the tour, citing a security threat. The unilateral decision came as a shock to both the PCB and the fans.
The New Zealand Cricket Board, on the other hand, arranged for a chartered plane to transport the squad to Dubai at its own expense, with a quarantine and hotel accommodation.
Since the end of the tour, New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White has been crying foul over his compulsion, rescheduling the upcoming series, discussing financial losses, and making statements on reconciliation routes. Are
He hinted at holding ODI and T20 matches along with the scheduled Test series next year. On the other hand, the shocked PCB and the fans do not seem ready to accept any red pop.
CCO Wasim Khan has made it clear that we are determined to play each of our home series only in the country. If the Kiwis have to play matches, they should come and play in Pakistan. The Pakistan team does not have a free window at present.