I’d love to see England play in Pakistan soon: British High Commissioner


Karachi: British High Commissioner (HC) to Pakistan Dr. Christian Turner has once again expressed his desire to see England cricket team play in Pakistan one-day.

British High Commissioner while talking to ARY News morning show, Bakhabar Savera also said it will be wonderful to meet legendary Pakistani pacer, Wasim Akram.

“I have also said publicly that I would love to see one day, England back here in Pakistan,” he reiterated.

“It would be honored to meet Wasim Akram as he was delightful to watch for the whole cricketing world,” he added.

Christian was also happy to see Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) touring Pakistan for three T20s and one fifty-overs match a few months back.

“I was particularly pleased in February when PCB organized MCC tour, the oldest cricket club in the world to come to Pakistan under the great Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara, it was wonderful to experience,” he added.

“Cricket is one of the deep ties between Pakistan and the UK. I hope that somehow we will enjoy Pakistan playing in England this summer as the game is in our blood,” he concluded.

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