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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    The Bangladesh cricket side are leaving New Zealand, but hold no bad thoughts against it's people

    The Bangladesh cricket side are leaving New Zealand, but hold no bad thoughts against it's people


    Members of the side were heading towards the mosque on Deans Avenue in Christchurch, before fleeing back to Hagley Park oval when they heard the attack unfolding.

    The third cricket test against the Black Caps, scheduled to start this morning was subsequently cancelled.

    As Bangladesh prepares to leave the city, manager Khalid Masud says they have only positive things to say about the people of this country.

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