England’s all-rounder Moeen Ali believes the English team’s upcoming tour to Pakistan would be a massive achievement and a huge step towards revival of international cricket in the country.
The 33-year-old said Pakistan did a lot for the England Cricket board (ECB) by coming for a tour in the summer while claiming that an eventual tour by the England team would be a massive achievement for Pakistan.
“I think it will be a positive move, a great move for both parties. It would mainly be great for cricket in general. To have a team like England come to play cricket in Pakistan would be a massive achievement. It would be a massive step forward in terms of bringing cricket back to Pakistan. I think what Pakistan did for ECB and England, this summer, was massive. We all hope that something comes out of this. It will be a great place to go and play international cricket in for sure,” cricketpakistan.com.pk quoted him as saying.
He also spoke about his experience of playing the fifth season of Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Pakistan, earlier this year.
“I have spoken to teammates about the PSL. The experience was amazing. Not just the cricket and the fans but also things like the food, hotel and the security were put in place really well.
I haven’t officially spoken to the ECB in that regard but have been talking about the experience with the teammates,” the Multan Sultans’ all-rounder said.
The all-rounder revealed that he might not be available to play the remaining matches of the event, which were scheduled to take place in November.—AP