Imran warns England cricketers against India return

Updated: 03 December 2008 12:39 IST

Former Pak captain Imran Khan has cautioned England's cricketers against returning to India for the Test series in the wake of terror strikes in Mumbai.

Karachi:

Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan has cautioned England's cricketers against returning to India for the two-Test series in the wake of terror strikes in Mumbai.

"I would advise them to be very cautious in taking a decision and I think if an individual player decides not to go to India others will also follow him," the former Pakistan captain was quoted as saying by the London-based 'Express' newspaper.

Imran said since the terrorists had specifically targetted foreign tourists in the Mumbai attacks, England players need to be very careful if they return to India.

The report also quoted former England captain Graham Gooch as saying that English players needed to be careful as the terrorists had specifically picked out people with British and US passports.

Topics : Cricket Pakistan India New Zealand
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