The stars of the cricket world stand beside the cricketers of New Zealand, who remain unaffected by the chaos of the worst terrorist attack in New Zealand's Christchurch. Shoaib Akhtar, Virat Kohli, Ravichandran Ashwin, Jimmy Nisham, Harsha Voghele and the cricket stars have tweeted this on mourning and condemning the incident. Everyone has expressed comfort because the Bangladesh team's cricketers are protected from the loss. Immediately after this incident, Shahid Afridi, another Pakistani player, talked to his teammate Tamim Iqbal with a teammate in the franchise team.
Former Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar tweeted the criticism of Christchurch. In his tweet, Akhtar said, "I am astounded at the video of the attack on Christchurch mosque. Now we are not safe inside the prayer room? I strongly condemn such terrorist activities. Rest assured that Bangladesh cricketers have been saved.
Shahid Afridi wrote in his tweet, "It's a terrible experience. Know New Zealand as the most peaceful and safe country. I talked to Tamim. It is very relieved that everyone in the Bangladesh team is safe. This incident should be one of the whole world. There is no religion of terrorism. My condolences to the bereaved families. I wish for forgiveness of all the departed souls. '
Indian captain Virat Kohli also expressed his sympathy by tweeting the incident. In an official Twitter account, Kohli said, "It's a tragic and astonishing incident. My sincere condolences for everyone affected by this cowardly attack on Christchurch. Please sympathize with everyone in Bangladesh, let everyone be safe. '
Apart from Ravichandran Ashwin, Jimmy Nisham, Harsha Voghul and many other cricketers in the cricket world mourned the incident in Twitter and Facebook messages. All of the Bangladesh team expressed relief in being saved. They also did not make mistakes in conveying sympathy to the troubled Bangladesh Cricketers. Along with world cricket stars, many cricketers, including Shakib Al Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Rubel Hossain, have expressed grief and condolences on Christchurch's incident through social networking.