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ICC match referee Chris Broad has suggested that someone had advance knowledge of the attack on Sri Lanka's cricket team in Lahore and held back the Pakistan players' bus to keep them out of danger.
The Briton says he has no evidence of a conspiracy but pointed out that the bus carrying the Pakistan team in Lahore departed on its journey to the Gaddafi Stadium five minutes after the Sri Lanka bus.
About a dozen gunmen attacked the Sri Lanka convoy, killing six policemen and a driver. Seven Sri Lanka players were injured.
Broad said that, although the teams travelled at different times in a previous Test match, the buses had travelled together on the first two days of the second Test in Lahore.
a document emerged in the Pakistani media showing that local police had warned in writing of the possibility of the Sri Lankan team being targeted.