National T20 Cup

Bad lights and naked patches add more woes to National T20 Cup’s existing ones

Bad lights and naked patches add more woes to National T20 Cup's existing ones

The extravaganza, the National T20 Cup, that began on 30th September, faced heavy criticism after its graphics and telecasting did not meet the expectations. After the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) made some pleasing talks that satisfied the masses ahead of the T20 cup, it seemed majorly assured that it will be something new and inspiring to witness.

PCB discussed the commentary panels, broadcasting, HD cameras, digital coverage but the reality was not as the expectations. However, the commentary in Urdu and English has been outclassed but the telecasting failed as people made fun of the scorecard, sub-standard graphics and, low-quality coverage.

Bad lights and naked patches add more woes to National T20 Cup’s existing ones

The woes have been added as the night matches seem to be a flaw after the floodlights were malfunctioned and out of the direction. Multan stadium was best known for its green outfield but as of now, the naked patches, that are full of dust, can be seen and have grabbed the attention of the critics. It is directed to seamers and spinners’ performance.

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