Several of the players in the Bangladesh widely was supposedly on the way to one of the mosques that were attacked in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand.
the Players sat in a bus, that had come quite close to Al Noor mosque, when they heard shots and subsequently escaped from there in good standing.
The writing team præstationsanalytiker, Shrinivas Chandrasekeran, who was with the players during the attack, subsequent on Twitter.
- Just got rid of the shoots. The heart pumps rapidly, and there is panic everywhere, he writes.
a similar message comes from the player Tamim Iqbal.
- the Whole team was saved from angrebsmændene. A horrible experience. I hope that you pray for us, saith it from Tamim Iqbal.
the Two mosques were attacked on the night of Friday Danish time in the new zealand city. According to police in New Zealand is at least 49 people have been killed by the attacks.
Three people have been arrested. One of the alleged perpetrators are australian.
According to Mario Villavarayen, there is the physical trainer at the cricketholdet from Bangladesh, so the players do not own any of the perpetrator. But the experience has nevertheless shaken the players.
I spoke with them shortly after. They lay on the ground and began to run. The whole træningsstaben was at the hotel, he says.
On the basis of the episode is a cricketlandskamp between New Zealand and Bangladesh has been cancelled by mutual decision.
There was talk about a health scare, which had to be eliminated on Saturday in Christchurch.
New Zealand's cricketchef, David White, believes that it makes sense to play a match after the violent attack.
- On behalf of cricket in New Zealand I want to express my condolences to the relatives.
I have spoken with the head of the Bangladesh team, and we agree that it is inappropriate to play cricket now, " he says.
the national Team would not have been able to complete the fight. It assesses the journalist Mohammed Islam, who follows the team closely during his missions.
They were just outside the mosque and were going to go out of the bus and into the mosque, when they heard the shots. A lot of people ran out, and they saw some of the wounded in front of himself, recounts the journalist.