Bring back cricket in Pakistan still invisible. In 2009 on March 3 Sri Lankan cricket team bus was attacked by terrorist near Gaddafi stadium in Lahore, Pakistan. Six Sri Lankan national cricket team members were injured, six Pakistani policemen and couple of civilians were killed from that incident. After that no one wants to play in Pakistan, that’s why Bring back cricket in Pakistan stopped and Pakistan finds another way to play their home match. They shifted their entire match in abroad venue like Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. For this reason Pakistan Cricket Board has facing huge losses.

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Former Pakistan captain and current head of the selection committee, Inzamam-ul-Haq talked about that. He feels sad about their player for playing home match in abroad. This will damage Pakistan cricket as well as the players. He also mention the Pakistani fans, the players cannot play in front of the fans. Inzamam-ul-Haq hopes this condition will recover around two years.

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) is helping Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as we know last month, they sent World XI to play in Pakistan. The World XI played three T20 in Lahore without any bad incident. Sri Lanka has promised paly the final T20 of the ongoing tour, though they are currently being playing in UAE.

Inzamam thanked the Sri Lankan cricket team for their decision to play in Pakistan. He hopes Sri Lankan team will like the country hospitality. He thinks after Sri Lankan cricket team playing in Pakistan other cricketing nation will feel comfortable to play in Pakistan and Pakistan will get the opportunity to host matches regularly. This will be very helpful for the Pakistani youngsters and they will get the advantage to play in front of home crowed. It will also be a pleasuring news for the home fans of Pakistan. Pakistan Cricket Board can recover their losses if they can host match regularly.

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