Cricket community shows solidarity with Sri Lanka

Cricket community shows solidarity with Sri Lanka

Cricketers from all around the world sent their thoughts out to Sri Lanka, which was shaken on Sunday by a series of eight bomb blasts on high-end hotels and churches on the festival of Easter that killed at least 160 and injured more than 500 people.

Pakistan’s former captain, Shahid Afridi said that he is deeply hurt by the loss of human lives in result of this terrorist attack.

Pakistan’s former fast bowler, Shoaib Akhtar also felt devastated by the news of these attacks.

The wicketkeeper-batsman, Kamran Akmal condemned the act of terrorism.

Australia’s limited-overs captain, Aaron Finch sent his prayers to the country and the victims.

The legendary spinner, Australia’s Shane Warne also tweeted for Sri Lanka.

South African batting maestro, AB de Villiers said that the only way of fighting this is through love, hope and salvation.

Indian skipper Virat Kohli is also shocked with the saddening news.

There have been no immediate claims for accepting the responsibility of these attacks.