Pakistan cricket team returns home after WI tour

 The Pakistan cricket team on Wednesday returned home after West Indies tour.

Eight players including Saeed Ajmal, Nasir Jamshed, Assad Ali, Zulfiqar Babar, Junaid Khan and others arrived at the Lahore airport while Shahid Khan Afridi, Hammad Azam and Umar Amin landed at the Karachi’s Jinnah International airport.

The team won ODI series against West Indies by 3-1 and the T-20 series by 2-0. Speaking to media at the airport, Saeed Ajmal said he was thankful to almighty Allah over the victory.

He said that the national team was in dire need of such a victory and it was not an easy task to defeat West Indies on their home ground. He said all the players performed well while he was satisfied with his own performance.

Zulfiqar Babar expressed resolve that the team would show the same good performance in the upcoming series against Zimbabwe.

Team manager lauded the players for maintaining exemplary discipline in their ranks. He said that Shahid Afridi put up good performance but the credit for the victory went to the whole squad.

Speaking to reporters, Shahid Afridi said the team needed such a victory, for which he was thankful to Allah. He said that he had always tried to perform well for the team.

The flamboyant all-rounder said that new players must be provided an opportunity but it was essential to take the senior players along.

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