Bangladesh has announced to send its team to Pakistan for the Emerging Asia Cup 2018, after security assurance by Pakistan. According to MediaPort, Pakistan Cricket Board chief Ihsan Mani. Bangladesh announces sending Pakistan to Pakistan after assurance of foolproof security. The Emerging Asia Cup will be jointly hosted by Pakistan and Sri Lanka this year, where event matches will be played in Colombo and Karachi. Terrorist attack on Sri Lankan team in Lahore in 2009 Since then the doors of international cricket have been closed on Pakistan and no international team has visited Pakistan since then and Pakistan had to play their home matches in the UAE and other places. In 2015, Zimbabwe took a short tour. His team was sent to Pakistan and he became the first international team to visit Pakistan in 6 years, but no international team has visited Pakistan since then. Last year, ICC Chief Executive Officer David Richardson visited the World XI.
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The team visited Pakistan, but their efforts also contributed to the activities of world cricket in Pakistan This could not have been more helpful in rehabilitation. Now Bangladesh has announced the sending of its team for the Emerging Asia Cup, which will be led by Test cricketer Noorul Hassan and Bangladesh will be the first international team to visit Pakistan after 2015. Bangladesh Cricket Board Chairman Nizam “We have agreed to send our team for the tour on the assurance that the Pakistan Cricket Board will provide the best security,” he said. ۔ Bangladesh have Group B in the Emerging Asia Cup where they will face Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates and Hank Kong. The semi-finals and finals of the event will also be played in Colombo. In the Bangladeshi team for the event, Nurul Hassan (captain), Musadq Hussain, Poet Hussein, Mizan-ur-Rehman, Shafi-ul-Islam, Zakir Hassan, Saif Hassan, Yasser Ali. , Tanveer Islam, Afif Hussain, Naeem Hassan, Sharif-ul-Islam, Qazi Onik, Khalid Ahmed and Mohar Sheikh.