Too early to say if Pakistan will lose World Cup - ICC

LONDON Tue Mar 3, 2009 8:30pm IST

International Cricket Council (ICC) president David Morgan speaks during the ICC annual conference in Dubai in this July 3, 2008 file photo. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh

International Cricket Council (ICC) president David Morgan speaks during the ICC annual conference in Dubai in this July 3, 2008 file photo.

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LONDON (Reuters) - The ICC said it was too early to say if Pakistan would be stripped of the right to host 2011 World Cup matches following the terror attack against the Sri Lanka team in Lahore on Tuesday.

"The board will have to think very carefully about the extent to which Pakistan will be used for that event (World Cup)," International Cricket Council president David Morgan told a news conference at Lord's.

The ICC is the sport's world governing body.

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