Lahore: Muhammadullah Riyadh, the skipper to lead Bangladesh side in three match T20I series to be begin from January 24th is all excited to be in Pakistan and feels secure in the country as they have left those security concerns over there in Bangladesh before leaving for Pakistan.
While having a chat with media after trophy unveiling ceremony for the series to be begin from Friday along Pakistan’s skipper, Babar Azam, Muhammadullah Riyadh said that,
“There will be no worries regarding the security as we left those things in Bangladesh before we boarded. It feels great to be back here and we are looking forward to putting up a good show against a quality T20 side of Pakistan,”
As the security has been the main concern over years for cricket to be played at a venue like Pakistan, many cricketers have declined coming to the country for the match series.
After so much efforts done by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Bangladesh have finally agreed to play T20I series along test matches. Previously, they were not ready for a shorter format arrangement.
Although, Pakistan being declared as a safer country to visit, international cricket has made its way to Pakistan back, still there are several players who find it unsafe to be in the country. The major example is of major senior cricketer from Bangladesh, Mushfik ur Rehman.
Several tweets from several players all among the world must probably has shown the world that how safe it is to be in Pakistan as International Cricket has turned its roots back to Pakistan after several years.
It is to be marked that three match T20I series to be played between Bangladesh and hosts, Pakistan is to begin from Friday 24th Janurary, 2020 at Gadaffi Stadium, Lahore.