The return of PSL to Pakistan saw numerous international cricketers come to Pakistan, even some of those who previously thought of Pakistan as not being safe enough. The level of treatment that they received, they sure would love to visit Pakistan again. The crowds, the atmosphere, the life, the culture would be enough to lure these international cricketers to feel right at home while playing in Pakistan.
Among them is the delightfully cheerful Darren Sammy, who has expressed his love for the country quite a few times and has been a regular in visiting Pakistan in the previous seasons of the tournament. However, this time he made sure he had a good look around. Thereafter, Sammy decided to indulge himself in the local culture and to visit the famous landmarks of Karachi. The first on his list was the Quad’s Tomb, and he later expressed his feelings on social media as well.
I am extremely honoured to have visited the tomb of Mohammad Ali Jinnah founder and father of this great nation. A legend whose message of faith unity and discipline can make this world a much better place. I am truly inspired.
Sammy’s photo holding a Pakistani flag is winning the internet and the social media is all praise for the cricketer. The Peshawar Zalmi captain would be quite excited about the cricket to be played here as well with short boundaries and the first couple of matches ending up in extremely high-paced and exciting encounters between the teams, it is a definite that both the Pakistani people and the cricketers would be having an amazing time in Karachi as the tournament progresses. Sammy’s act would also be encouraging to other international cricketers to start seeing Pakistan as lively and friendly nation.