Kumar Sangakkara was head of MCC 10 years ago and was able to return to Pakistan for the first time since the Lahore attack. The maxilla Kara was attacked by terrorists on the way to Gaddafi Stadium in March 2009, effectively preventing the end of international cricket as a member of the Sri Lankan Touring Team.
Since then, no public returns have been made, but in his new role as MCC chairman, it was possible if the MCC decided to send a touring team to Pakistan. Sangakkara told ESPNcricinfo, "Yes, it will definitely be part of it if the opportunity arises and the tour goes on."
The maxilla Kara not only took the bus on the way from the team hotel, but he was also injured by debris in the process. One in six people were injured. He later spoke humor about the attack and said that a decision to travel to Pakistan must be made on an individual before becoming MCC president.
In May 2015, no one had traveled to Pakistan for six years until the drought broke out by Zimbabwe's limited over-series. Since then, the number of famous international games in this country has gradually increased. World XI played the T20I series in 2017. The West Indies were the same in 2018. PSL has played in Pakistan for the last two seasons, and PCB wants to play many leagues nationwide this season.
Most recently, Sri Lanka, which had a solitary T20I in Lahore in 2017, played six international games in Lahore and Karachi, the longest internationally visited in the last decade. Sri Lanka may have run at least one test in Pakistan in December.
Take a tour of MCC at this stage Although not confirmed, the feedback from my visit to Sri Lanka was good.
Sangakkara said, “The Sri Lanka tour Pakistan and the feedback on such a great tour were very happy and the players really enjoyed it.” "Security was very tight and provided every single facility for the Sri Lankan team. MCC is discussing an MCC tour of Pakistan and Wasim Khan. [PCB CEO] He gave a lot of presentations with us at the World Cricket Committee and presented various plans on how to proceed with security and other tours.
"So there are a lot of positive conversations and conversations around, and it would be exceptional if you could manage them. Pakistan is working hard to make countries a safe place to travel." Slowly but surely Cricket will return to Pakistan and Park's players will be able to play in front of their own crowd. "
Kumar Sangakkara spoke at the Sri Lankan High Commission in London as part of a drive to rebuild tourism from England to Sri Lanka
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