Ashton Agar is a test player of the Australia team he gets a threat message on his wife's Social media account after which they complain about it to the Australia Cricket Board and PCB.
The Australian cricket team has reached Pakistan after two decades. The players receive a great welcome, but now a controversy has also started on this tour.
After which there has been a constant problem before this series. but after all these disputes, however, now the PCB has given clarification on this matter.
PCB is sure that their is no threat on Ashton Agar
The first test match is to start between Pakistan and Australia on March 4. The first match is to start in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
Last year in Sept New Zealand team goes for a series in Pakistan and then the team get threat messages on Social Media,
Then the team left the tour and come back without playing the series on the advice of its government.
The spokesperson of the Australian team present in Pakistan has confirmed this threat, after which the security of the team is on the investigation.
The source said that-
“Comprehensive protection plans exist for this type of social media activity, which is not considered a risk, in this case, no further comments will be made at this time.”
'The security team of the Australian team also investigated the matter and did not consider it a credible threat.
Ashton Agar's wife got this threat message
Somebody sent Agar's partner by writing on Instagram that if Agar comes to Pakistan, he will not be able to go back from here.
Madeleine reported this message to Cricket Australia. After which the Cricket Board of Australia and Pakistan have started an investigation on this matter.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said that threats were sent to the partner of Ashton Agar.
A member of the Australian cricket team is in Pakistan after a board investigation, but at least this news is not 'credible'.
This all-rounder player from Australia in ODI total play 4 test match where he makes 195 runs and takes 9 wickets.
In ODI he plays 15 matches and make 236 runs and takes 14 wickets at an economy of 5.38