Former Pakistan cricket captain Shahid Afridi has also expressed frustration over the low number of spectators in the first T20 match between Pakistan and the West Indies.
In his statement, he said that the low number of spectators in the stadium has disappointed him.
He also said that it is important to know why this is so and how it can be improved.
Shahid Afridi raised the question how much money can be made from tickets? The stadium should be full.
Earlier, former captain Wasim Akram had also expressed regret over the emptiness of the stadium in the first T20 match.
Wasim Akram had said that I know why this happened but I want to hear from the fans, tell me where is the crowd and why the fans did not come?
It should be noted that in the first T20 match between Pakistan and West Indies, the number of spectators in the stadium was very low.