Batman Australia’s Steve Smith said on Tuesday (March 1) the actors were “surprisingly safe” on their first trip to Pakistan in 25 years, despite Ashton Agar receiving death threats through social media. a few days before the start of the first test. Agar has been warned to travel to Pakistan, although the threat has been removed after an investigation by Pakistani and Australian authorities and government security agencies.
Cricket Australia says there are big security concerns in place for such a social media activity and that the threat is “not dangerous”. Smith said the group relies on security systems in the world. “We are aware of social media and unforeseen events that may occur on platforms, we have a lot of people working here with us, we trust our security and we feel incredibly safe in Pakistan.” he told reporters before the first test, which began on Friday in Rawalpindi.
Steve Smith said: “We know social media and unforeseen events that may occur, we have a lot of people here working with us, we trust our security and everyone involved, we feel incredibly safe here in Pakistan.#PAKvsAUS #Australia pic.twitter.com/bvG8B8DHkk
– Malik Anas Awan (@CricketwithAnas) March 1, 2022
Top militants have largely avoided Pakistan from an attack on a Sri Lankan group bus in Lahore in 2009 that killed six policemen and two civilians. International teams have resumed their Pakistan tour but again in September New Zealand returned home after dropping a few minutes of travel before the opening match in Rawalpindi following a government security alert.
England followed the procedure three days later, removing groups of men and women from a trip in October that referred to the “mental and physical well-being” of the athletes. Smith said he enjoys the challenge of playing in Pakistan. “It’s a great thing to come back here and play cricket. you have.
Smith stumbled upon a wrestling match against Sri Lanka in Sydney last month, hitting his head to the ground after falling on the border but the 32-year-old said he had made good progress. “It was the first time he came back to me facing a fast bowling alley. I was recovering from a concussion and I had to deal with some limbs and sprains,” Smith said.
“The head has improved a lot in the last few days. I feel in a good position, do a lot of things where I have my heart rate up to a good value and bring it down … every part of Procedures of Recovery. ”