Pakistan teenage sensation Haider Ali, who became the first batsman in the country’s history to score a fifty on his T20I debut, said that he will miss the presence of fans during the upcoming domestic season.
“As a teenager, I have seen a number of games with my friends, family and colleagues from the stands. I know and understand the buzz and excitement of the spectators when they become part of the action.” said Haider.
“But these are unprecedented times where we all have to make small sacrifices to keep the sport alive and healthy. We will miss the fans and the fans will miss live action, but the coverage plan put in place provides great opportunities to all die-hard supporters to follow and support their favourite players and teams.
We all look forward to the fans’ support through various online platforms that will inspire us to produce our best performances.” he added.
It is to be known that the country’s premier 20-over specialists including Haider Ali will take to the field in Multan and Rawalpindi for the high-profile National T20 Cup from September 30 to October 18.