Bangladesh is safe for International Cricket

The Bangladesh tour of Englan Cricket Team has ended recently. Alistair Cook and his boys have returned already. But the praise for Bangladesh is still going on in England. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has thanked Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) for the high security they provided.%e0%a6%89%e0%a6%b2%e0%a7%8d%e0%a6%b2%e0%a6%b8%e0%a6%bf%e0%a6%a4-%e0%a6%9f%e0%a6%be%e0%a6%87%e0%a6%97%e0%a6%be%e0%a6%b0-%e0%a6%ac%e0%a6%be%e0%a6%b9%e0%a6%bf%e0%a6%a8%e0%a7%80%e0%a5%a4

The English media is also praising. The well known news agency The Guardian were criticising for touring Bangladesh, including some exceptionable articles. They are also thoroughly praising Bangladesh. They mentioned Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has done what they committed. The security system in both Dhaka and Chittagong was amazing. The hospitality also won their hearts.

After the attack in Gulshan, the foreign teams as expected lost their interest to tour Bangladesh. The Cricket Australia twice abondoned their tour way before the Gulshan attack, as they did not send their National Team for a bilateral series and their Under 19 team for the World Cup. The South African Womens Cricket team also cancelled their tour. Therefore it would have been a big problem for Bangladesh if the England would not have toured as well.

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Instead the England Cricket Team came and the whole world witnessed the security of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). The Guardian believe it will very funny if any team question about the security status of Bangladesh from now on. Infact, all teams should tour Bangladesh. The nation have proofed that they definitely have a great environment to play cricket.

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