The West Indies women’s cricket team have arrived in Karachi on Wednesday to play in the country again after a long span of 15 years.
The team received a warm welcome from male and female cricketers on their arrival, while the skipper of Caribbean team said that she is excited to play in Pakistan.
“I’m pleased we can bring back cricket to Pakistan,” Aguilleira said. “Because it’s really important. If we find ourselves in this position, I believe one of the teams would step up and try to help us.”
The visitors has been practicing in Dubai to face Pakistan in their homeground. But the foreign conditions is not something they are spending much time being concerned about.
“We have a motto, two words our coach has given us: adapt and overcome. That is what we are trying to do,” said the captain. “It is really difficult adapting in such quick time, but we are professional cricketers and we are willing and raring to go. We are excited for this tour,” Windies skipper said.
T20I Interim Captain for the Pakistan tour @mraguilleira and her team stand by two watchwords…”Adapt and Overcome!”. The @windieswomen are geared up and ready to take on @WomenCricketPak in the 3 T20I match series in Karachi. #LetsGoWindies #PAKWvsWIW 🙌🏏🌴 pic.twitter.com/IYND29sZd1
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) January 30, 2019