Mani is optimistic after meeting CSA, South African High Commission
LAHORE, DEC 30 (DNA) – Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman, Ehsan Mani is optimistic about a potential tour of South Africa’s junior, women or senior team to Pakistan after a successful meeting Cricket South Africa’s officials and South African High Commission.
“I reiterated that Pakistan is a safe country to come and play cricket and the security situation in the country is drastically improved,” said Mani while talking to a reputed newspaper. “We had talks about South Africa sending their senior, junior or women’s team to Pakistan in the near future.”
South African board will review International Cricket Council’s (ICC) report on the security situation in the country, moreover, they will send their own security experts as well.
“Cricket South Africa will review Internationals Cricket Council (ICC)’s report about the security situation in Pakistan while also sending their own security experts to Pakistan for the same purpose,” he added.
Pakistan team is currently touring South Africa, where they will play three Test matches, five One Day Internationals and three T20 Internationals.
In 2017, South Africa’s Faf Du Plessis, Hashim Amla, David Miller and Morne Morkel toured Pakistan with the World XI for a three-match T20I series.
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