The historic trip of Pakistan by the Australian cricket team has sparked the curiosity of Pakistani cricket fans, who are understandably ecstatic about the prospect of seeing their heroes play.
However, their excitement pales in contrast to that of a group of diehards who have travelled from Australia to witness their favourite team compete against Babar Azam’s men on Pakistani soil for the first time in more than two decades.
“It’s like a dream come true,” says one of the diehards of the experience.
When asked how he was enjoying his time in Pakistan, Edward Hill, a part of a group of five Australian fans now in Rawalpindi, answered enthusiastically, expressing his gratitude for the opportunity.
“It’s really great. For a variety of reasons, I’ve entertained the idea of travelling to Pakistan since 1998. Here are some of them: While it has been said for many years that the Pakistani people are the nicest people on the planet, this has just recently been confirmed to me by firsthand observation.”
“From a young age, I wished to visit Pakistan, and I am now entirely satisfied. Everyone seems cheerful.” In a following video, he elaborated on his points.