Bangladeshi Cricket Team Narrowly Evades New Zealand Mosque Shooting

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The Bangladesh Cricket Board said it expected the team to arrive late Saturday in Dhaka. "I think everything changes now", he said. "We will set a plan from now on to ensure proper security when our team will be on tour in future". "There's shooting here, please save us". Former Bangladesh global cricketer Sajol Ahmed Chowdhury gave thanks that all the players were safe.

The players eventually returned to their hotel, shaken, distressed and in no mental state to play cricket, Mr Isam said.

Tarrant's relatives in the Australian town of Grafton, in New South Wales, contacted police after learning of the shooting and were helping with the investigation, local authorities said. "We are lucky to escape and can't imagine what would have happened had we entered the mosque just five minutes earlier".

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Bangladesh team escaped from a mosque near Hagley Park where there were active shooters.

The Bangladesh Cricket Team, who is being hosted by New Zealand team escaped the danger narrowly, which would open a lot of doubts on travelling to New Zealand for a bilateral series.

Bangladesh cricket journalist Mohammad Isam ran towards the shooting at the Central Mosque in Christchurch on Friday after getting a call for help from one of the players.

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Three hours after the shooting, New Zealand Cricket, in consultation with the Bangladesh Cricket Board and International Cricket Council, announced the test match which would have been played over five days had been cancelled.

The team's opening batsman Tamim Iqbal said he believes it will not be easy for the national cricket team to overcome the shock of the attack.

The prime minister said the attack reflected "extremist views that have absolutely no place in New Zealand".

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"The whole experience has cut up the whole team and staff, everybody just totally feels for the people concerned and the families concerned and the ones left behind, sadly losing some wonderful people".

The incident that took on the other day at Christchurch would certainly go down as one of the black spots on New Zealand.

They also abandoned a tour of Sri Lanka in 1987 following a bombing near their hotel in Colombo. But the world will not do it because it is not Muslim country.!" another user wrote.ICC has already released a statement, on their website, condemning the incident: "Our thoughts and honest condolences go out to the families and friends of those affected by this horrendous incident in Christchurch.

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Canterbury Cricket chief executive Jeremy Curwin said his organisation had consulted with the players, who were given the opportunity to make their decision whether to play the final game as individuals or collectively.