Four people were arrested on Friday after two gunmen opened fire at two mosques in New Zealand's Christchurch city, with the police saying that there were "multiple fatalities".
But the Bangladesh bus arrived moments after the shooting at one of two mosques in New Zealand began, with wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim describing their escape as "extremely lucky".
2nd mosque shooting reported in New Zealand
Isam said the whole team was under lockdown in their hotel and, as the match has been postponed, they are expecting to return to Bangladesh on Saturday. I have been calling my friends but there are many I haven't heard from.
Opening batsman Tamim Iqbal tweeted: "Entire team got saved from active shooters!".
One of the alleged gunmen has been named as 28-year-old Australian Brenton Tarrant, who is said to have live-streamed footage on social media of the attack on Al Noor mosque.
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The shootings took place at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Masjid, The New Zealand Herald reported. "The persons who has perpetuated this violence against us. have no place in New Zealand". "I'm sure all of New Zealand will take a look at their approach", he added.
People in central Christchurch have been urged to stay indoors and report any suspicious behaviour immediately to 111.
White said he had spoken to the liaison officer with the Bangladesh team and the players were "shocked".
He said the attack happened as some of Bangladesh players disembarked from a team bus and were about to enter the mosque.
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International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson said the sport's governing body 'fully supports the decision to cancel the test match'.
"Many of those affected might be migrants to New Zealand". They made it back to Hagley Oval where they are now locked down in their dressing room, as the manager Khaled Mashud is in contact with both the NZC and BCB.
New Zealand police say they are hunting "an active shooter". They have chosen to make New Zealand their home and it is their home. "They are in bad and severe mental (distress), they're not feeling well".
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