Afghans ready to play in Pakistan

Updated: 23 March 2010 11:56 IST

Afghanistan cricket coach Kabir Khan says he has no concerns about playing international cricket in Pakistan.

Islamabad:

Afghanistan cricket coach Kabir Khan says he has no concerns about playing international cricket in Pakistan.

Pakistan has been a no go zone for foreign sports teams after gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan test cricket team's bus at Lahore in March of last year, leaving six policemen and a van driver dead.

Khan, who has played four tests for Pakistan, said that he'd welcome any offer of a series from the Pakistan Cricket Board.

The Afghan team is using Pakistan's National Cricket Academy at Lahore as a training venue for next month's Twenty20 World Cup in the West Indies.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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