It will take time to drip out of Christchurch trauma, says Tamim
Bangladesh cricket team leave New Zealand with horrifying experiences. Fears grasp all Tigers faces, who were safe but very close to the spot of gun attack. In fact, Tigers were supposed to attend the prayer in the inflicted mosque.
"What we experienced here, we need few days to come out of it," said the dashing opener of Bangladesh national cricket team Tamim Iqbal at Christchurch airport on Saturday while flying for home.
"It is good that we are going back to our respective families. Families of us all are worried. We'll try to overcome together. All others are also in shock as I am. We are expecting to come out of it soon," the upset opener told.
Another left handed batsman of Bangladesh team Mominul atoned Tamim. "I tried a lot to forget but couldn't. I couldn't sleep well. Its effect will remain for few days," Mominul retorted.
Tigers received month long Kiwi's hospitality for three ODIs and equal number of Test matches, which was supposed to wrap up with the postponed clash that was scheduled to commence from Saturday at the venue near to the attacked Mosque.