Gayle terms Pakistan as ‘most secure spot in the world’West Indies batting star Chris Gayle has said Pakistan giving presidential-level security to its cricketing visitors has made it “probably the most secure spot on the planet”. “Pakistan is perhaps the most secure spot right now on the planet. They state you will get presidential security so you are in acceptable hands,” Gayle told columnists. Gayle, who is presently playing for Chattogram Challangers in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) said that he might want to broaden his time in the game for whatever length of time that he can as the 40-year-old felt that he had “a great deal to offer”. “Many individuals still need [to] see Chris Gayle out there and I couldn’t want anything more than to carry on to the extent that this would be possible,” Gayle said. “Indeed, even in establishment cricket I am as yet playing a couple of games to a great extent around the world since despite everything I believe I have a ton to offer.”
Understand more: Bangladesh Cricket Board expected to close exchanges on Pakistan visit
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had welcomed Bangladesh to play three T20I and two Tests nonetheless, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has proposed to play the T20s on home ground while the Tests be arranged on unbiased ground, with no proper thinking.
The PCB then again, has kept up that it would never again play its home arrangement abroad as security concerns have been tended to with the fruitful facilitating of the Sri Lanka arrangement.
The BCB is relied upon to take an official choice when the board meets on Sunday.