‘PCB have been unbelievable with their hospitality’ Taylor shares hotel’s room view


Islamabad: Former Zimbabwean captain and most senior batsman of the African side, Brendan Taylor shared his hotel’s room view on Twitter.

He appreciated the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for accommodating Zimbabwe in a remarkable hotel in-country’s capital.

“Currently in a fantastic hotel in Islamabad. The PCB have been unbelievable with their hospitality, security and extremely welcoming,” the 34-year-old wrote.

The right-handed batsman added that he is touring Pakistan after 12 years and is looking forward to the upcoming series against Pakistan. “Been 12 years since I last toured Pakistan. Really looking forward to the series.”

It must be noted that both teams will play three ODIs and as many T20Is from October 30 in Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi.

Taylor has represented Zimbabwe in 31 Tests, 196 ODIs, 40 T20Is and with the help of 16 centuries, he has scored 9259 runs across formats.

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