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PCB reveals Pak-England series using truck art

The upcoming visit by the English team to Pakistan has been artistically revealed by PCB.

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The English team’s next visit of Pakistan’s schedule has been artistically disclosed by PCB. Jos Butler was also welcomed by PCB, who used the truck art to represent Pakistani culture. Shadab Khan also received a special cameo.

Raza Shaukat, PCB’s graphic designer, uploaded a graphic exhibiting truck art. The seven Twenty20 International matches that would be played in Lahore and Karachi were revealed by the artwork’s schedule. The Badshahi Mosque and Mazaar-e-Quaid, respectively, landmarks of Lahore and Karachi, were expertly incorporated into the design to further boost the vibrancy of the venues.

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The artwork featured the pictures of both captains, with Jos Butler of England receiving a warm greeting and Babar Azam referred to as “King Bobby.”

Shaheen Shah Afridi received an unique homage with a piece of poetry highlighting his tenacity and strength because he is Pakistan’s primary bowler.

However, Shadab Khan, the team’s outstanding all-rounder and vice captain, recognised the design’s most subtle and original reference. Along with the number of his shirt, “7,” the truck’s number was substituted with the famous cricketer’s initials, “SK.”

Prior to the mega-series, PCB and the digital artist Raza Shaukat received praise from the audience for their innovative work. In September, England is scheduled to visit Pakistan.

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