Social Media Erupts As Daren Sammy Plays Street Cricket In Pakistan

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Social media erupted after Daren Sammy posted photos of himself playing street cricket Monday with youngsters in Lahore, Pakistan.

Local media said Sammy received a warm welcome when he left his vehicle to join the tape-ball street cricketers.

‘ ‘Played some street tape ball cricket earlier in Lahore. Where’s next ?’Sammy said on Twitter.

The post attracted over 32,000 likes and many comments, most of them overwhelmingly positive.

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Many expressed love for the Saint Lucian cricketer who is the Peshawar Zalmi head coach.

“Sammy, thank you very much. Whenever our generation will read history about Pakistan’s well-wishers, ur name will be on top. We love u and our new generation will remember u. Stay blessed,” Kasim Sultan wrote.

“Proud of you,” said Zohaib Hassan.

Another commented that Pakistanis will never forget Sammy for supporting them in ‘these difficult times.’

Yet another individual merely posted “Love the hair.”

But a few alluded to COVID-19 concerns.

“Due to this kind of stupidity a league got cancelled,” asserted Sam-NRI.

One comment simply stated “COVID-19′.

The Pakistan Super League 2021 (PSL 2021) season was postponed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on March 4.

Organisers took the decision after three cricketers tested positive for COVID-19.

RepublicWorld.com said Sammy seems to have found a new way to put his skills on display for fans after the PSL 2021 season postponement.

Last year, the two-time World Cup-winning captain for West Indies received Pakistan’s highest civil award — Nishan-e-Pakistan.

Sammy also received honorary citizenship of the country from President Arif Alvi

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