Pakistan is under a lot of pressure after New Zealand and England refused to play in the country. When the Kiwis left the country just before the first ODI match, England landed in Pakistan.
However, there are many players who have praised Pakistan for organizing competitive cricket in the country. England’s left-arm pacer Tymal Mills has been a part of the Pakistan Super League.
Mills was surprised when England decided to cancel the T20 series in Pakistan. The pacer wants to play international cricket in the sub-continent nation in near future.
“I have been to Pakistan a couple of times. It’s a brilliant country to play cricket in. The crowd is always great and the cricket is always of the highest standard. I played in the PSL and it’s a tournament that I understand really well. Obviously, I can’t comment too much on England’s cancellation because we relied on the advice we were given, however; hopefully, we will soon go there and I will be really keen to go because I have been there personally and I feel it’s a great place to play cricket. I am sure we will get there in the future,” said Tymal Mills as quoted by Cricwick.