Nowadays Cricket is the most interesting game in the world which has many spectators. For such an interesting game, the spectators also want a beautiful place to enjoy the match. So, one of the most beautiful Stadiums is Gwadar Cricket Stadium which is also accepted by ICC.
International Cricket Council (ICC) on Sunday posted multiple pictures of the newly built Gwadar cricket stadium on its social media pages asking fans if they’ve seen a ‘more picturesque’ venue in the world.
“Show us a more picturesque sports venue than the Gwadar cricket stadium in Balochistan. We’ll wait…” ICC wrote while sharing the pictures which were clicked recently by Pakistan TV personality Fakhr-e-Alam.
Earlier the same day, the 45-year-old uploaded a video and numerous pictures of the venue. While sharing the clip, Alam urged people to come out and play cricket on the beautiful ground.
The lush-green stadium has a spectacular view of pointed mountain spikes under a clear blue sky.
The venue, named ‘Senator Muhammad Ishaq Baloch Cricket Stadium’ was inaugurated last year in November by Balochistan’s Chief Minister Jam Kamal.
Gwadar Cricket Stadium Pictures
The pictures of Gwadar cricket stadium built among the jagged mountains in Balochistan have gone viral, making Indian cricket fans on social media unhappy, who started sharing pictures of their own stadiums to point out that theirs were better.
A Pakistan vs India controversy was triggered when the International Cricket Council (ICC) shared the pictures of the stadium on its official Twitter account, challenging cricket fans to show them a more picturesque sports venue than the Gwadar stadium.
Following the ICC challenge, Indians on Twitter responded to the tweet, sharing pictures of different cricket grounds claiming they have more beautiful venues.
On Sunday, Pakistani TV personality Fakhr-e-Alam uploaded a video of the Gwadar Cricket Stadium, describing it as the “most beautiful cricket ground” he had ever seen.
In a short video clip that he uploaded on Twitter, Alam urged people to come out and play cricket on the ground. The video showcased the large, lush green stadium built between a long road and the jagged edges of the mountains.
“To all #cricket playing friends everywhere in the world….come visit us…come play cricket with us here in Gawadar cricket ground….it’s the most beautiful cricket ground I have ever seen……,” he tweeted.