Australian cricketer, Ben Dunk, has suggested that other teams should also visit Pakistan after South Africa.
The left-arm wicketkeeper-batsman believed that South Africa’s tour to Pakistan is a significant development, indicating that Pakistan is now a safe place for any international team to visit.
He noted that the unfortunate incident of attack on the Sri Lankan team is history now, and the country is a safe haven for international cricket.
Pakistan is as safe for international cricket as any other country in the world. The security arrangements during the PSL were top-notch and foreign players felt safe out there.
Dunk, who is participating in the ongoing Abu Dhabi T10 League, said he was excited to rejoin his side Lahore Qalandars for the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League.
I am excited to play again in PSL. I had a lot of fun playing in Pakistan. Our team reached the final, but Karachi Kings performed better and won the title.
The Aussie hoped that the arrival of Rashid Khan would help improve the combination.
He acknowledged that the T-10 format is even more challenging and is growing in popularity quite fast.
It is compulsory to play cricket without fans in the COVID-19 outbreak but hoped that PSL matches could be played in the presence of fans.
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