Windies former captain Darren Sammy on Tuesday met DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor who praised him for playing an important role for the revival international cricket in Pakistan.
Ghafoor thanked Sammy for supporting Pakistan time and again which paved the way for them to bring back international cricketing action in Pakistan.
“It is a pleasure to host you here in Pakistan for the third time and I hope you will keep supporting us,” said Ghafoor to Sammy during their visit.
Ghafoor said that Sammy’s arrival in Pakistan along with his teammates during the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) back in 2017 encouraged some more teams to come and play in the country.
“International cricket is gradually coming back to Pakistan and we want all of the teams to support us,” he said.
On the other hand, Sammy acknowledged the love and support he always got from the people of Pakistan who madly follow cricket. “The support and love of the people tend me to visit this country again and again,” he said.
Sammy, who represented Peshwar Zalmi in all the previous seasons of the PSL, said that called Pakistan a safe place where all cricketing activities can take place without any security fears.
“I think all international teams should come and experience such an enthusiastic environment to play cricket,” said Sammy who will once be seen in action for Yellow Strom in the upcoming season of the league.