Misbāħ urges Pakistan to do more to revive "The World


Misbāħ urges Pakistan to do more to revive "The World

Over the last ten years, security problems in the country for the victims of international matches, on Wednesday called for help was appointed head coach of Pakistan cricket world.

Misbāħ-ul-Haq Pakistan's request consists of a series of three one-day Sri Lanka, four years for the first time in the country, as well as many foreign Twenty20 can be up to two days.

Sri Lanka team in Lahore, Pakistan, in 2009 and then, almost all of the most international teams in their "home" for playing games left Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates, across the country, Southeast Asia, since an armed attack occurs.


Since then Balkaria in 2015, the first country to return to Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and the West by hosting the World XI team.

The current series of safety fears, but Sri Lanka's cricket board, the defense ministry last week received top Sri Lankan players out injured.

"Cricket world to do more, not only for Pakistan, but what is necessary for the country," Pakistan who have suffered under the first ODI on Friday misbāħ, he said.

The remaining two matches to be held in Karachi on Wednesday and Sunday.

three T20Is be held in Lahore, Pakistan, on October 5, 7 and 9.

Misbāħ Pakistan's captain in 56 Tests and commended Sri Lanka on security issues - never came to visit.

"I know - would be tough to stay in Sri Lanka," he said. "Pakistan is a cricket-loving country and it will deprive them of the injustice of international cricket, so I hope to be more supportive of the world."

Since the attacks in 10 years, misbāħ, it is still a few international teams like Pakistan, its people, and hope that others consider touring, he added.

"Otherwise, the cricket will be difficult to survive."

Most of the one-day international played at home for the first time in the match - a happy misbāħ his team.

Captain Sarfaraz Ahmad, Babar Azam, Haris Sohail and Pakistan, Wahab Riaz will be published in an ODI-year.

"This is a milestone for us and the players, as well as an emotional, nervous in front of their own fans and families playing on the ground, so it was really special."

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