History of Cricket Suffered Due to Terror Attacks | Why New Zealand Abandoned Pakistan Tour?

Today we will talk about the sudden cancellation of the New Zealand tour which has caused financial loss to Pakistan along with the embassies but has raised questions on the upcoming tours of England, Australia, West Indies and then New Zealand. If security was so strong, should there be such a strong response to an unknown threat?

This is not the first match or series to be cancelled due to disruption and law and order situations. On the contrary, there are many matches in the history of cricket when the matches were cancelled due to terrorist acts and vandalism.

I will also put that history in front of you. Did the New Zealand government have reservations about Pakistan’s security measures or are there other factors that led to the cancellation? Be sure to stay tuned after the review/reaction to hear my thoughts. Please LIKE and SHARE this video also let me know your views.

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