We still love New Zealand: Mushfiqur Rahim
Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim said that he is happy to be alive and he still loves New Zealand despite going through a horrifying experience as they narrowly escaped a shooting.
Bangladesh cricketers had feared for their lives during those frantic moments when their team bus was in front of the Christchurch mosque which got attacked by a gunman.
"New Zealand is one of the best countries in the world. We still love New Zealand." Mushfiqur was quoted in the by Chinese news agency Xinhua.
The Tigers faced possibly the worst moment in their lives but star batsman Mushfiqur Rahim said that the team still loves New Zealand.
The Tigers made fast arrangements to get out of the country following the attacks on two mosques at Christchurch yesterday during Jumma prayers that left several injured and 49 dead.
Asked if they had received any support while making their way to safety, Mushfiqur said that it was enough for them to get out of that scenario alive.
"We were happy to be alive," he replied. Bangladesh team is due to arrive on Saturday. Bangladesh team is currently on a flight which is heading for home. They boarded their flight from Christchurch today.
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