The world has witnessed improved security and concern-less tours to Pakistan as the cricket-loving nation has portrayed a positive image impacting the globe.
After the attack on Sri Lanka Cricket Team outside Gadaffi Stadium back in 2009, Pakistan faced critical and cricket-less times.
However, with the efforts put by the armed forces and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the doors of international cricket are finally opened for the nation.
With the entire edition of PSL 5 being hosted there, many international games have also been organized with the promising security provided.
Consequently, each and every visitor promoted a good image from Pakistan‘s end as the big names from the cricketing fraternity wish to voyage and play cricket here.
Terming it as the safest place, Mark Boucher, the head coach of the South Africa Cricket Team has uttered a few words praising Pakistan.
As Pak vs SA Test and T20I series have been winded up in Pakistan’s favor, the guest team finally thanks to the men in green’s nation for the warm welcome.
How was the safety in Pakistan? South Africa open up
The guy finds himself safer in Pakistan than in South Africa. Mark further added the nation is the best place to play cricket possessing traditional stadiums and grooming talents coming out of here.
“We found ourselves safer than in South Africa,”
“I think what we can learn is this is a fantastic place to play cricket. You see the history around the grounds and some of the fantastic talents that have come out of Pakistan,”
“The spin isn’t as bad as it is in India and Sri Lanka. There’s not as much turn, but there’s a special technique that you still have to apply, especially when you’re batting,”
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