Former West Indies skipper Daren Sammy penned a heartfelt message on Pakistan Day for his loyal supporters in the country. Sammy conveyed joyous greetings to his Pakistani fans and asked them to cooperate with the incumbent government’s efforts at stemming the spread of the coronavirus.
The Peshawar Zalmi head coach was set to be conferred with honorary Pakistan citizenship and the nation’s highest civilian honor on March 23 but the ceremony has been postponed in light of the drastic COVID-19-triggered health crisis.
Sammy is easily the most popular overseas cricketer in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and his stature has grown over the years owing to his positive steps in helping the revival of international cricket in the South Asian nation. Sammy reiterated the need for fulfilling the health safety protocols to come out on top of the coronavirus scare.