Sammy Feels For Cricket Starved Pakistan Fans Cricket, West Indies Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy Monday said he felt sad for Pakistan cricket fans who are deprived of watching international stars on home grounds due to security fears in the country. Pakistan have been facing international cricket hiatus since March 2009 terrorists attacks on the Sri Lankan team bus which killed eight people and injured seven visiting players led to suspension of all international matches.
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That hiatus was briefly broken when Zimbabwe played a short limited over series in Pakistan in May-June last year but that does not guarantee series with bigger teams like India Australia and England. West Indies have not played a series with Pakistan since their 2006 tour to that country. West Indies are due to play two Tests five one-day internationals and two Twenty20s in September-October this year but that too is likely to be played on neutral venues in United Arab Emirates, where Pakistan have been playing their home matches since 2009.
Cricket Sammy feels for cricket-starved Pakistan fans
Sammy said it was up to the West Indies Cricket Board to decide where the series will be played but he certainly feels sad for Pakistan fans. Well to be honest these decisions are never ours its the government and the cricket body to decide but what I could tell you is that the fans of Pakistan cricket have been missing some good international cricket. We as cricketers get to play in front of our home fans and that is something Pakistan have not had an opportunity to do to play in front of their own people for a while said Sammy who is playing Pakistan Super League here.
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