A minute of silence was observed during the Rawalpindi Test in memory of the victims of the Peshawar mosque massacre, as well as former Australian League spinner Shane Warren, who was died in a heart attack.
Players from both Pakistan and Australia observed the minute of silence. Before the game began on the second day of the competition, several tributes were made to the victims of the Peshawar tragedy as well as to famous cricketer Shane Warren.
Despite the fact that they were draped in black bandages, the players bent their heads and displayed their profound anguish and regret over the Peshawar incident on the field.
Shane Warren, 52, passed away abruptly from a heart attack on Monday morning. He was the father of two sons and a daughter. He was travelling in Thailand when he experienced a heart attack that proved fatal to him and his companions.
This week’s events in Peshawar include a suicide attack at the Qissa Khawani Bazaar that left 57 people dead and more than 100 others injured, all of whom were civilians.