I am safer in Islamabad than in England: Ian Chappell
10 June, 2017
I am safer in Islamabad than in England: Ian ChappellLAHORE: Former Australian cricketer and expert analyst, Ian Chappell said that he feels safer in Pakistan than in England.
Chappell expressed these remarks while speaking in a special transmission of the PTV Sports.
“We have only been here for a few days… we are probably safer in Islamabad than we are in England at the moment,” said the Former Australian cricketer who is currently in Islamabad as an expert on the 8th ICC Champion’s Trophy 2017 being held in England and Wales.
The former Australian cricketer asked international teams that if they were not visiting Pakistan because of security, what would they do with England in a crisis situation.
“That is the question I would ask the cricket administrators… You are not coming to Pakistan because of dangers and so on but now what are you going to do with England with all these things,” he said, underlining the need for cricket administrators to draw a fair balance for playing the game.
The 8th edition of ICC Champions Trophy is being played in England from June 1 till 18. Pakistan lost its first game against India miserably before making a strong comeback against South Africa in the second.