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ICC ODI World Cup 2023 | Pakistan set to pocket huge amount as prize money from ICC dgtl


Despite not winning the World Cup, Babar Ajmera is not returning home empty-handed. Babars are not playing the semi-finals as they have not won five out of nine matches in the league stage. They will return home on Sunday after losing to England on Saturday. But he is taking huge prize money with him.

Babara is getting 260 thousand dollars from the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the prize even if he does not reach the last four. In the currency of Pakistan, the amount of which is more than 7 crore 33 lakh rupees. More than 2 crore 14 lakh rupees in Indian price.

Pakistan is getting 40 thousand dollars (about 33 lakh 34 thousand taka) for winning each match in the league. According to this, Babar is getting 1 lakh 60 thousand dollars (about 1 crore 33 lakh taka) for winning four matches. Apart from this, the ICC is awarding 1 lakh dollars (about 83 lakh 35 thousand taka) to the teams that could not reach the semi-finals.

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Babar did not get salary for five months before coming to play the World Cup. As per the central agreement with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the cricketers are supposed to get a certain amount of money every month. But due to PCB’s administrative complications, the salary of the cricketers is stopped. So even if they don’t win the World Cup, Babar can benefit financially.

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The article is in Bengali

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