Quaid-e-Azam Trophy update: Controversies defeat the orange ball in the final showdown
It all started in the name of glory when the Pakistan Cricket board saw an opportunity for scoring points in order to make an impression on the world of cricket.
To make the five day version of the game more interesting, a few innovations were made, it was decided that the game would be played under lights and the ball to be used would be orange in color. It looks like an orange and smells like leather. How the idea
perpetuated in the void of the cricketing brains in Pakistan is still a mystery. It was an orange in a dull tube-lit evening that found it