Pakistani cricketers take a strong exception to NZ terrorist attack

Pakistani cricketers take a strong exception to NZ terrorist attack
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ISLAMABAD - International cricketers have condemned the horrific attack on two Christchurch mosques in New Zealand.

In a tweet, Pakistan cricket team captain Sarfaraz Ahmed said his thoughts and prayers are with the families.

In another tweet, Pakistani cricket player Mohammad Hafeez said, terrorism has no boundaries and that we all need to stay together to overcome this global issue.

Former Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar also expressed disbelieves and said he was shocked to see the visuals.

Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi sent prayers for the bereaved families.

Former cricketer Saeed Ajmal expressed shock at the incident.

South African bowler Wayne Parnell also sent out condolences to those affected in the attack.

Pakistan women cricketer Sana Mir also sent prayers for the bereaved families.

Former Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sangakara said his heartfelt sympathies and condolences to the families who have lost loved ones.

Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews also sent his thoughts and prayers to those affected in the shooting.

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