ICC cricket world cup 2019
On its landing in the city, the Garrard-made trophy was held up by cricketer Mohammad Irfan and strutted on a transport from the Qaddafi Stadium to Mall Road, Badshahi mosque, and Shahi Qila (Lahore Fort).
“It was a significant privilege for me to grasp the trophy and take it on a voyage through the city,” the 7-foot tall pacer told journalists.
On October 4, the trophy will proceed with its voyage through Lahore and will be taken to the Government College University (GCU), Wagah Border, and Shaukat Khanum Hospital.
The trophy, whose copies are given to the victors of ICC’s 50-over world mugs, will next be taken to Islamabad, where it will again go in plain view for two days
The last stop of the trophy’s visit will be in Karachi, where fans will have the capacity to see it on October 7 and 8.
The Trophy Tour began its voyage on August 27 from the ICC central station in Dubai. Amid the nine-month visit, the Trophy Tour will venture out not exclusively to nations participating in the competition, however surprisingly will go past customary cricket heartlands and associate with fans in a further 11 nations where cricket is developing including Nepal, United States and Germany.
Amid its voyage, the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy will visit notorious and bizarre areas, networks, schools, colleges and even people groups’ homes in an offer to associate individuals comprehensively in what will be the most special, and available Trophy Tour to date.