Bangladesh cricket group escapes mosque shooting

Individuals from the Bangladesh cricket group have portrayed via web-based networking media their near disaster from a mass shooting at a Christchurch mosque on Friday.

Players and individuals from the group’s instructing staff were supposedly on their transport, moving toward the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Hagley Park when the shooting broke out.

Opening batsman Tamim Iqbal tweeted “whole group got spared from dynamic shooters. Terrifying knowledge and please keep us in your supplications.”

Execution examiner Shrinivas Chandrasekeran, additionally on Twitter, said “Just gotten away dynamic shooters. Pulses siphoning seriously and alarm all over the place.”

Mario Villavarayen, a quality and molding mentor with the group, revealed to New Zealand media the players did not see the shooter but rather heard shots. He said they were shaken however safe.

“I addressed one of them not long after,” Vllavarayen said. They didn’t see anything other than heard shots. They were at the ground and just begun running.

“The instructing staff were all at the lodging. The players just begun running when they heard the shots.”

The group is accounted for to have left the transport and fled by walking to almost Hagley Oval where it is because of play New Zealand in a test coordinate beginning on Saturday.

Reports said the group is under lockdown in its changing area at the arena from which director Khaled Mashud has stayed in contact with authorities from New Zealand Cricket and the Bangladesh Cricket Board.