After the terror attack on the Sri Lankan team, Wasim Akram said hosting the 2011 World Cup is a 'distant dream.'
New Delhi: Former captain Wasim Akram has said that after Tuesday's attack on the visiting Sri Lankan team in Lahore, Pakistan can now forget about co-hosting the 2011 World Cup.
"Hosting the 2011 World Cup alongside India is now a distant dream," he said.
"How do you expect a foreign teams to come to Pakistan now? We took pride in hosting our guests. This image has taken a beating. It's sad for Pakistan," Akram told Mobile ESPN over phone from Lahore.
The former skipper said the attacks were "unwarranted and have put Pakistan to shame".
"I don't know who has done this but any attack on our guests is simply uncalled for. I hope the terrorists are caught and punished. They can't be Pakistanis," Akram added.