HOVE: Pakistan and Sussex cricket teams observed one minute silence in the memory of renowned philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi, who died Friday night before the start of the play on Saturday.
Pakistan cricket team players also wore black arm-bands to honour the country’s most celebrated philanthropist.
The national side is locking horns with Sussex for its third first-class contest before the first of the four Test matches begins Thursday.
— Sussex CCC (@SussexCCC) July 9, 2016
According to the spokesperson for Pakistan Cricket Board, “[PCB] looks to fulfill its social responsibility and donate to the foundation.”
The International Cricket Council has granted PCB the permission to use the Edhi Foundation’s logo on Pakistan’s official kits.