Overall Cricket Social affair (ICC) President Geoff Allardice rushes to see more Test cricket being played in Pakistan following the productive completing of the three-match series against the Ben Works up drove England. The three matches, played in Rawalpindi, Multan and Karachi, saw spectators offer a colossal thumbs up to Test cricket, regardless of the way that the hosts lost the series 0-3. Australia similarly visited Pakistan as of late, with squeezed fields for the three-Test series showing the fans’ furor for the longest association of the game in the country.
The fans in Pakistan are lively about the game and excited about their gathering, yet over all they are welcoming of visitors,” Allardice told Pakistan Cricket.
“I have reliably had phenomenal experiences when I have gone to Pakistan and I have been to see several series all through ongoing years and the hello is for each situation astoundingly warm.”
Pakistan will have administering World Test support New Zealand for a two-Test series beginning in Karachi on December 26. Allardice was confident Test cricket will continue to flourish in Pakistan when critical Test-playing nations, for instance, Australia and England are seeing an unmistakable drop in field support. Pakistan is one of the most grounded cricketing countries in the ICC Enlistment,” Allardice said