Chris Gayle Tweet: At this time, Pakistan is the subject of discussion in the cricket world. The reason for this is the cancellation of the New Zealand Cricket Team’s tour of Pakistan. The New Zealand team went on a tour of Pakistan after 18 years, where it was to play three ODIs and a five-match T20 series, but the Kiwi team cancelled the time before the first ODI match started. He told the reason for this to security.
Chris Gayle Tweet
In the statement issued by New Zealand Cricket, it was told that based on the information it has received from the government of its country, it is cancelling this tour for security reasons. Many players of Pakistan did not like this move of New Zealand. At the same time, in the cricket world, too, there was a thumping of Pakistan. Chris Gayle of West Indies, popularly known as Universe Boss, has supported Pakistan in such a situation.
After New Zealand’s move, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) threatened to drag New Zealand to the ICC. At the same time, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar said that New Zealand ended Pakistan’s cricket. In such a situation, Gail has supported this country through one of his tweets. Gayle tweeted, “I am going to Pakistan tomorrow. Who’s coming with me?” Gayle is currently in UAE, where he has to play for Punjab Kings in the second leg of IPL 2021.
Mohammad Amir welcomed
There is a lot of noise on Twitter on this tweet of Gayle. Many people are reacting to this in their way. Gayle’s tweet has also been retweeted through the official Twitter handle of PCB. Those who responded to this tweet also included Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir; commenting on Gayle’s tweet, Amir wrote, “See there legend.” It is worth noting that Gayle has been playing in the Pakistan Super League.
Sammy also supported
Gayle is not the only cricketer who has supported Pakistan. Darren Sammy, the former captain of his own country, has also tweeted in support of Pakistan. Under the captaincy of Sammy, West Indies have won the T20 World Cup title twice. Like Gayle, he has also played in the Pakistan Super League.
He tweeted that he has visited Pakistan several times in the last six years, but he has not felt any security threat until now. Sammy wrote, “As soon as I woke up in the morning, I heard the disappointing news of the series between Pakistan and New Zealand being cancelled due to security. Touring and playing Pakistan in the last six years has been one of my most wonderful experiences. I have always felt safe. This is a big blow to Pakistan.”