Cricketers extend wishes to disabled cricketers for World Series


Pakistani cricketers come out to support disabled cricketers and wish them best of luck for the World Disabled Series in England starting from August 5.

Pakistan’s fast bowler Sohail Tanvir called the disabled players ‘Real-life heroes’ who can beat every problem to show their strength.

“These disabled players are a real motivation for all the people out there. They are true ambassadors of Pakistan and I hope that they will hoist the country’s flag in England,” Tanvir said.

The wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal backed the disabled players and said that the whole nation is praying for their success. “I wish you best of luck for the tournament and I hope you will finish things on high,” Akmal sends a message for disabled cricketers.

Former Test cricketer Basit Ali thinks that God has awarded immense skills to these disabled players, even more than normal players.

“I want these players to show fight in the mega event. Winning or losing is a part of the game but I will keep on supporting them,” Ali said in a video message.

Pakistan’s one of the best all-rounders of all-time Abdul Razzaq advised the team to play with unity. He thinks that teamwork can lead them from the front. “Go and play with freedom. Show your strength and win the cup,” Razzaq said.

It is pertinent to mention here that Pakistan will participate in the first-ever World Disabled Series among England, India, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. The green shirts will play their first match against England on August 5. Their much-awaited contest against India is scheduled on August 9.