Looking forward to return of international cricket to Pakistan: Asad Umar
ISLAMABAD: PTI leader Asad Umar said that he was looking forward to the return of international cricket to Pakistan after a gap of 10 years.
Taking to Twitter on Monday, Asad Umar hoped that rain would not stay away from the second one-dayer between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The first match between the two sides was washed out, forcing PCB to delay the second match by Monday.
“Looking forward to the return of international cricket to Pakistan today, after a gap of 10 years. Hopefully rain will not intervene this time. I am particularly happy that the match is taking place at national stadium karachi. After all its been thru, karachi deserves it,” Umar tweeted.
The MNA also recalled some of memorable matches that were played at the National Stadium in Karachi.
“Some of the best cricket i have seen in my life has been in national stadium karachi. I was to lucky to be in the stadium to witness majid khan’s century before lunch against NZ, miandad’s first double century in test cricket & that amazing spell of Imran khan against india,” he added.