Simon Doull says 'Living in Pakistan was like living in jail', he had to starve for several days

Simon Dull told that Babar Azam’s fans were waiting for him, due to which he was not able to go. Then he thanked God and said that somehow he left Pakistan. The Kiwi veteran told that he had to face a lot of mental torture in Pakistan.

Former New Zealand cricketer Simon Doull told Pakistani channel Geo News, ‘Living in Pakistan is like living in jail. I was not allowed to go out because Babar Azam’s fans were waiting for me. I had to stay in Pakistan without eating anything for many days. I was very upset mentally. But thank god I could somehow get out of Pakistan.

New Zealand team on Pakistan tour

Please tell that at this time the New Zealand cricket team is on a tour of Pakistan. Here an important series of 5 T20 matches is to be played between the two teams. The first match of the series will be played in Lahore on Friday (April 14). The first three T20 matches of the series will be played in Lahore and the remaining two matches in Rawalpindi.

After T20, New Zealand also has to play a series of 5 ODIs on Pakistan’s soil. The first two ODIs of this series will be held in Rawalpindi and the remaining three matches in Karachi. The first one-day match of the series will be held on 27 April. Before these two series, there is definitely disappointment among the Pakistani fans due to this big statement of the New Zealand veteran.

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