Following the tragedy in Peshawar, Australian cricket coach Andrew McDonald has shared his opinion on the incident with the media.
“The squad is in good hands,” Andrew McDonald said in an interview with the British news agency Reuters. However, he added that “our security staff will advise us if the situation changes.”
The statement of the coach of the Australian cricket team has come to light following a suicide explosion at the Jamia Masjid in the Qissa Khawani Bazaar neighbourhood of Peshawar during Friday prayers, which left 57 people dead and another 57 injured.
According to the news agency, Andrew McDonald expressed his sympathies to the people of Peshawar in a clear and unmistakable manner. However, since our arrival in Pakistan, we have been able to locate and identify all of the participants.
Particularly noteworthy is the fact that the Australian cricket team has finally arrived in Pakistan after 24 years of preparation and after having not visited the nation for a number of years due to security concerns.
There will be three Test matches, three One-Day International matches, and a Twenty20 match for the Kangaroos.