ICC T20 WC trophy unveiled at APS Peshawar
PESHAWAR (92 News) – The International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty 20 World Cup trophy 2016 was unveiled at Army Public School, Peshawar on Monday to pay homage to the martyred students.
The trophy, which began its world-wide tour from Mumbai has now reached Pakistan after completing its tour of 12 countries including South Africa.
The trophy was unveiled by students of APS while hundreds of cricket fans were also present on the occasion. ICC’s special representatives and Pakistan’s ODI captain Azhar Ali were also accompanying the trophy.
Speaking on the occasion, Pakistan One Day International (ODI) team Captain Azhar Ali said that if Pakistani team won the T-20 World Cup, it will be dedicated to the martyrs of the APS.
The trophy will reach Lahore on Tuesday. The ICC T-20 World Cup 2016 will begin in India from the 8th March.