LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Sunday misspelt Pakistan as ‘Pakiatan’ in their tweet about the Pakistan squad departing for England.
“Pakiatan team leave for England…All the best boys!” PCB wrote.
Trolling PCB, a user wrote, “Boys correct spelling well.”
“They took 1 hour to figure out the correct spelling of Pakistan,” another user wrote.
They took 1 hour to figure out the correct spelling of Pakistan 😆😆 pic.twitter.com/LiiI1jEls2— Swadeshi Alien 🇮🇳 (@swadeshi_alien) June 28, 2020
Earlier, the PCB announced that a total of six players, of the ten players who had tested positive for coronavirus, have tested negative.
However, these players have not been included in the initial 20-man squad, announced by the board, that will travel to England on Sunday.
Players who have again tested positive are Haider Ali, Haris Rauf, Kashif Bhatti and Imran Khan.
The international cricket is set to return on July 8 when West Indies takes on England in the first Test of the three-match series at the Ageas Bowl.