LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Board has put its weight behind former captain Shoaib Malik in his marriage row with Indian tennis star Sania Mirza. The Malik-Sania couple got an ugly twist Monday when the Indian police confiscated his passport during his stay at Sanias residence and started questioning him on complaints from the father of Ayesha, the party claims to marital bounds with the Pakistan cricketer. PCB chairman, Ijaz Butt Monday directed Chief Operating Officer Wasim Bari to provide all out help and support to the national cricketer facing legal problems in the alien nation. For this count, the PCB COO called Shahid Malik, Pakistan High Commission to India, and asked for his help. Shahid has however told Bari that he was already under the government instructions to help Shoaib in the case and give him all the support he would require in the rival country. Bari said that Shoaib should not feel alone in this time of crisis and the Pakistan government and the PCB would do whatever it could to get him out of this mess.