International cricket in Pakistan only after security improves, says Dave Richardson


LAHORE: ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson made it clear that worldwide cricket can come back to Pakistan simply after the security circumstance enhances in the nation. 

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Richardson was talking at a public interview held after he introduced the ICC Test Championship mace to Pakistan chief Misbah-ul-Haq at the Gaddafi stadium here for stowing the main position in the ICC rankings. 

"I know there is parcel of energy for cricket in Pakistan and that is the reason I generally appreciate coming here. In any case, just the security circumstance will choose when universal cricket comes back to Pakistan," Richardson said 

He said ICC needed all its part nations, including Pakistan, to play global cricket at home yet in the long run the security circumstance in the nation will manage what happens later on. 

Pakistan has not facilitated a full Test arrangement at home against any group since March 2009 when aggressors assaulted the Sri Lankan group in Lahore murdering six policemen and harming an umpire and some meeting players. 

Since than just humble positioned groups like Afghanistan, Zimbabwe and Kenya have gone to Pakistan for short restricted over matches. 

Richardson said it was an exceptional accomplishment with respect to Pakistan to achieve the main Test positioning spot and this was simply because of the extreme energy for cricket among the general population. 

"It is an exceptional accomplishment for Pakistan since they have played all their matches far from home since most recent six years," he said. 

"I am certain worldwide cricket will one day come back to Pakistan as the Pakistan cricket board is likewise attempting untiring endeavors to have matches."

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