England seamer, Chris Jordan, who represents Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League has confirmed he will travel to Pakistan if his team qualifies for the knockouts.
However, many foreign cricketers have shown their discomfort in visiting Pakistan for the knockouts.
Meanwhile, Zalmi is currently at the second last position with four wins from nine games.
Jordan visited Pakistan last time for the playoffs of the Pakistan Super League.
Looking forward to visiting there again:
The 29-year old Jordan relived the moments from his last visit to Pakistan. Also, he said he had a great time touring the country.
“I had a great time in Pakistan. All the fans in Lahore were excellent for us. They cheered us on every ball. It was my first visit to Pakistan, the passion there is immense. I’m looking forward to going there again and to providing some entertainment,” Jordan said to Geo.tv.
However, Jordan maintained it is everybody’s personal decision to take a call on visiting the country.
“The decision [to visit Pakistan] is individual for everyone. We don’t know anyone’s circumstances, so we can’t judge,” Jordan added.
Remembering his last night in Lahore, the bowler said the experience was second to none, and he will never forget it.
Darren Sammy-led Zalmi needs to win the final game of the league stages to qualify for the finals.
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