PCB chairman arrives in dublin after Pakistan’s upset defeat against ireland.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman, Moshsin Naqvi, has arrived in Dublin just a day after the national team, famously known as the Green Shirts, suffered a surprising defeat against Ireland in the opening game of the three-match T20I series.

In the previous match, Andy Balbirnie showcased a stellar performance with a breathtaking innings of 77 runs off 55 balls, laying the groundwork for Ireland’s historic victory over the visitors.

Despite facing a challenging target of 183 runs, Ireland managed to reach 43 for two in the PowerPlay and then progressed to 153 for four in 17 overs. With 11 runs needed off the final six deliveries, Curtis Campher’s crucial boundary shots secured the win for Ireland, marking their first-ever victory over Pakistan in T20Is.

The unexpected loss garnered significant criticism from cricket enthusiasts and experts alike, prompting PCB Chairman Naqvi to personally visit the team in Ireland. During his stay, Naqvi is scheduled to hold meetings with players and officials to evaluate the team’s performance and discuss strategies moving forward.

Meanwhile, former cricketer Rashid Latif has attributed Pakistan’s upset defeat to the recent change in captaincy, highlighting the potential impact of leadership transitions on team dynamics and performance.