Sri Lankan Legend Kumar Sangakkara on Tuesday gave an interview before his last Test series before retirement, touching after everything the game has offered him while transforming him into a national legend and pleased child of the nation.
Lahore Assault Is The Lowest Point In My Career:Kumara Sangakkara
Notwithstanding, similar to other players, Sangakkara excessively saw the harsh side of life, be it the damaging Tsunami at home or the Lahore dread assault in 2009.
Keeping in mind Kumar reviewed the highs and lows of his game, it was hard for the man to disregard what was the “scariest” a piece of his 15-year sublime career – the 2009 Lahore assault. “I don’t know whether I will term it [Lahore attack] as the least point of my career or not but however it was one of the scariest focuses without a doubt.
However, I think, once more, it was an affair, particularly for the Sri Lankan cricket team. It sort of again place things in perspective…Cricket ought to be the most secure environment for us and we get assaulted.
We had wounds and when I saw Thilan Samaraweera return, a month and a half in the wake of being shot in the leg and running the danger of not having the capacity to play again perhaps even pass on, and score a Test hundred, that truly conveyed home to us that being in a circumstance like that it is unnerving however the genuine point is to leave it and leave it solid.
While the reporter questioned regarding the return of international cricket to Pakistan, the batting legend said that, “I can’t promise for anybody or anything. I think the Pakistani fans are eminent cricket fans, they have dependably been [like that], have invited us with open arms. They adore the way we play, they bolster Sri Lanka, emphatically.
For the Pakistan cricket team, to see that ability and capacity and not make them have the capacity to play in their own nation is miserable. “In any case, that is not for me to say it is protected or dangerous; it is a matter for the home board, it is a matter for the security arms that are concerned, it is for individual nations to choose,” the left-hander said.