More and more cricket teams inclined to visit Pakistan
Lahore Qalandars’ hard-hitting batsman, Ben Dunk, has been incredibly intrigued with the safety efforts embraced by the legislature for the PSL and by and large security circumstance in Pakistan.
During a meeting with a neighborhood cricket site, the 32-year-old communicated his craving to see the Australian cricket crew visiting Pakistan.
‘The security has been top-notch here and there is no reason why the Australian team should not visit Pakistan. I guess it will be up to the two boards to figure out when and where that should take place.’
Dunk, who has played 5 T20Is for Australia, reviewed the minutes when the two groups used to take on one another in past times worth remembering.
‘Growing up I saw Shoaib Akhtar come up against Ricky Ponting and I would love to see similar duels here in Pakistan as well.’
Already, Shane Watson, who is likewise the President of the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA), asked the Australian group to visit Pakistan in the wake of being intrigued with the security circumstance in Pakistan.
Unbelievable West Indian cricketer, Michael Holding, has likewise said that every worldwide group should visit Pakistan. Effective association of the whole PSL in Pakistan is sufficient to urge groups to come to Pakistan, he said.