Michael Holding becomes Karachi guest
Michael Holding becomes “Karachi” guest|Michael Anthony Holding, who scored 249 in 102 Tests and 142 wickets in 102 ODIs for the West Indies from 1975 to 1987, has played Sri Lankan cricket teams once in three ODIs and three Twenty20 matches. Visit Pakistan
Former Test fast bowler Larry Larry and cricket commentator Michael Holding have reached the city of lights with West Indies reporter Barry.
Houston American Dr. Kashif Ansari has played a key role in bringing the former West Indian fast bowler, the leading cricket observer and global adviser to the PSL franchise “Peshawar Zalmi” to Karachi. Michael Holding is the Inspector General of Police Sindh Dr. Syed Kaleem Imam.
Michael Holding, who played ODIs against Pakistan at the National Stadium Karachi in 1980 and 1985, not only dined at a famous restaurant located on two swords in Karachi, but also photographed himself with the stars, and later “Zamzama. “Also. “He went to Dr. Kashif Ansari’s special order where he drank coffee. From there he went to Test Fast Bowler Sikandar Bakht’s residence. Alexander was surprised to find Michael Holding at his residence, who doubted Dr. Kashif Ansari and me that if we had met with a little planning, he would have arranged a banquet in honor of Michael Holding’s house. ? Michael Holding showed a keen interest in the photo library in Alexander’s house.
Surprisingly, Michael Holding, who played 60 Tests, did not play any Test against Pakistan, while Alexander Bakht, who took 67 wickets in 26 Tests for Pakistan from 1976 to 1983, played in Kingston on April 1977. Tests were played against the Indies, however, Michael Holding was not included in the Test team. However, in the second semi-final of the 1979 Cricket World Cup, where West Indies defeated Pakistan by 43 runs in Oval London, Alexander Bakht and Michael Holding were part of the team and the two are in talks.
Speaking on the occasion of Michael Holding’s visit to Karachi, Dr. Kashif Ansari said that the main purpose of the visit is to give the former West Indian Test cricketer a free tour, purchase and a message to the world that Karachi is a safe city and is here. ? There is no danger to the cricketers, so that in the future not only our beloved Pakistan cricket teams can come, but they will have to walk around and enjoy the open environment…