KARACHI: Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi on Thursday announced that the sponsorless Pakistan team will have his namesake charity’s logo featured on their playing kits for the upcoming Test and T20I series against England. Afridi broke the news on Twitter in response to a tweet which suggested that the team should have logos of local charity organisations in the event that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) fails to find sponsors. The PCB is currently struggling to get a new sponsorship deal for the national team after its last contract with a beverage company expired. “We’re delighted that the Shahid Afridi Foundation logo will be featured on the Pakistan playing kits, since we are charity partners to the PCB. Thanking Wasim Khan and the PCB for their continued support and wishing our boys all the very best with the tour,” he wrote. Meanwhile, former PCB chief Khalid Mahmood has urged the national team to sport the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement logo.