Islamabad - Former international fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has warned
foreign teams not to consider touring Pakistan until the country has
Akhtar's comments come after a terrorist attack in Quetta
claimed the lives of 62 people this week.
The former quick told a local news station: “Until there is
complete normalcy as far as security situation is concerned, we shouldn’t take
the risk of inviting any foreign team to Pakistan.
“The security situation is such that we have to be patient.
I am sure international cricket will return to Pakistan, but it will take some
Earlier this month the Pakistan Cricket Board announced the
final of the second edition of the T20 showpiece, the Pakistan Super League,
would be staged in Lahore.
Pakistan have hosted virtually no international cricket
since the 2009 terrorist attack on the Sri Lanka team bus.