Karachi: West Indies all-rounder, Carlos Brathwaite has shared a heartfelt message for the Pakistan fans as he leaves midway in the ongoing season five of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Peshawar Zalmi’s overseas pro took to Instagram and thanked Pakistani fans for their hospitality, the 31-year-old felt safe and enjoyed his time on and off the field.
“Thanks for the hospitality and opportunity, I felt extremely safe and I really enjoyed my time on and off the field,” he wrote.
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Carlos also added that his return is not related to safety measures but are related to the ongoing vulnerable situation all over the world.
My leaving has absolutely nothing to do with not feeling safe but everything to do with respecting a worldwide pandemic and trying to be with my family through these uncertain times and uncertainty with airline travel and impending border bans,” he added.
He wished his side best of luck for the remaining tournament and congratulated the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on holding PSL in Pakistan.
“I wish my team continued success in the hunt for the final four and eventually a title push and I congratulate the PCB on a well-run tournament thus far and I pray it is completed and the people of Pakistan get what they deserve, a full tournament and a deserving winner,” he maintained
“Lots of love, until next time 🇵🇰,” he concluded.
It must be noted that PCB allowed overseas players to leave Pakistan and eight players from different franchises decided to go back to their respective countries due to coronavirus fear.