Pakistani cricket authorities has had a decision of arranging the final match of the continuing Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Lahore after the rest of the tournament matches would be occurred at Dubai in United Arab Emirates. The decision was, however, an earnest effort to bring cricket actions back in Pakistan. নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ
But as the final match is approaching, more and more cricketers have expressed their denial to play in Lahore among security suspicions. Two of the legendary Sri Lankan performers’ wicket keeper batsman Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene both revealed their unwillingness to go over there to play in Pakistan.
Things get worse for the Pakistani cricket authorities who have been eagerly waiting to watch cricket matches in the home soil, when West Indian master blaster Chris Gayle has also denied to go in Pakistan for playing.
Neighboring Pakistan has been deprived of any sort of cricketing actions since the terrorist attack upon Sri Lankan cricketers. Violence became a common phenomenon in Pakistan over the years. Lastly a number of people lost their lives in a bomb blast in 13th of February this year.