MANCHESTER: Easypaisa and Sabroso issued a joint statement Sunday night reiterating that they are proud sponsors of the money-loading bunch of chickens that broke all sorts of unwarranted records at Old Trafford.
The joint statement came in the aftermath of England’s five-wicket and five-ball triumph against Pakistan in the second T20I in the ongoing three-match series, which saw the highest ever run-chase against Pakistan in T20 history, along with the highest ever chase in a 20 over contest at Old Trafford.
“It is a matter of great privilege and honour for us to become the associate partner of these money loaders, who just want to make some easy paisa,” said Mudassar Aqil, the CEO of Easypaisa the leading mobile payments and branchless banking services provider.
“I don’t think there has been a better marketing campaign for mobile wallets than putting our name on these mobile wallets,” Aqil added.
Chicken specialists Sabroso was similarly proud of its marketing campaign, maintaining that despite there still being a match to go in the series their investment is already paying dividends.
“Pakistan cricket fans would know that it would have taken some special chickening out to outdo that Mike Hussey attack against Saeed Ajmal in the semifinal of the 2010 World T20 over 10 years ago. But these chickens have done it!” said Founder and CEO Sabroso Foods.
“While Babar Azam might be a wonderful batsman to watch, he has done little to show that he is a valiant player and won’t chicken under pressure – now especially as a captain,” she added.