The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has stated that the proceeds from the last T20I against New Zealand will be donated to earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria.
Following the unprecedented five-match ODI series, the fifth and final T20I of the series is slated for April 24 at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.
It is worth noting that earlier this year, a major earthquake struck regions of Turkey and Syria, killing thousands and displacing millions.
Previously, the cricket board contributed gate receipts from the first T20I against England to the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund in order to assist flood victims in Pakistan.
In the current series, the visiting team bounced back in the third match of the series with a thrilling four-run victory at the Gaddafi Stadium.
The host team won the first game by 88 runs, and the second game by 38 runs, due to a stunning century from skipper Babar Azam.
Both sides have arrived in Rawalpindi for the final two T20Is and the first two ODIs, with the fourth T20I slated for tomorrow.