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A New Cricketing Venue Fascinates the World

Cricket is a religion followed by millions all over the globe. Thanks to this obsession there are some really beautiful cricket stadiums around the world that make watching the game even more pleasurable.

Lord’s Cricket Stadium, London

Lord’s being the Home of Cricket has to be one of the most beautiful stadiums. Having completed its 200th anniversary in 2014, Lord’s has hosted over 2000 Test Matches. The alluring view of the Worcester River can be seen from the stadium and will take your breath away. Cricket connoisseur say Lord’s is like a fine wine – it keeps getting better with age!

Queenstown Event Centre, New Zealand

Queenstown Events Centre or John Davies Oval is a spectacular stadium situated at the foot of the Remarkable mountain range and the bank of Lake Wakatipu. With a unique style of seating in the stadium and aircraft landings around the stadium, you will be awestruck by how spectacular this vanue is.

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamshala, India

Situated at 4780 feet above the sea level, the home stadium for Kings XI Punjab is one of the most beautiful stadiums in the world, and is located in picturesque Dharamshala. The snowclad Hima- layan Mountains in the backdrop make watching matches all the more entertaining.

All these stadiums are renowned in the world because of their beautiful locations but recently a brand new stadium situated in Gwadar, Balochistan, Pakistan has caught the world’s fancy.

Located amid the rocky mountains of Balochistan, the Gwadar Cricket Stadium has a stunning aerial view with a lush green cricket field situated between the rocky hills.

A number of cricketers highlighted the breathtaking views from the stadium.

Tabraiz Shamsi who plays for South Africa said it will be really nice if the third T20 is moved from Lahore to Gwadar. International Cricket Board also tweeted about the stadium and talked about its beauty. Hopefully this ground will host international matches soon.

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