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Pat Cummins talks about security arrangements in Pakistan

Pat Cummins talks about security arrangements in Pakistan

Australia tour of Pakistan is just like a dream coming true for the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the fans, and the nation. International cricket, which once was diminished entirely, is gradually backing on the track. Welcoming the big stars in the backyard is not a small thing to embrace and be happy about. It all started from Sri Lanka Bus Attack a decade ago but the PCB put all of its into the cricket revival. The Pakistan Super League (PSL) undeniably has played a crucial role in bringing top-notch cricket stars from all across the world.

Last year, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) turned down their respective tours citing security threats and the mental well-being along with COVID issues respectively. It was a big blow to Pakistan Cricket that occurred just before the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. However, the new PCB chairman Ramiz Raja’s efforts are speaking with the Australia tour composing of all big names coming to Pakistan.

Pat Cummins, the captain of the red-ball Australian side, is in Pakistan with his mates and is incredibly enjoying the security. He feels the nation is safe to live in and to play cricket. Cummins stated the PCB is looking after the Australian crew with intense hospitality. While being quoted by India Today, the Kangaroos Test captain added,

“I feel incredibly safe. We’ve been really well looked after by the PCB. Upon arrival, there’s been lots of security. We were straight off the plane and straight to the hotel. We’ve got a pretty good set-up here and we’ll be confined to the hotel except for games and training. It’s comforting and we’re really lucky to be surrounded by so many professionals,”

He added,

“There are lots of things around which might be a little bit different to what we’re used to but we know it’s been taken care of, so we can just really enjoy ourselves here,”

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