Pakistan Cricket Team is currently involved in the historic occasion of Ireland's first ever Test match in Malahide. The game is catching the eyeballs for welcoming the newest test nation into the fold and there is some other reason too.
Mike Jagger, the famous and in fact legendary singing star, is present in Ireland's beautiful country for a music tour but he found time from his busy schedule to spend at the ground while Ireland plays Pakistan at the scenic ground of Malahide.
He posted an image of him being on the ground, over Twitter and captioned his happiness by stating, "It’s great to be back in Ireland, first stop was their inaugural cricket test match versus Pakistan."
Mike Jagger is an Englishman by birth and so, has an automatic liking for our sport, cricket. He is best known for being the lead singer of the famous band Rolling Stones and also has several solo hits to his name.
His presence at the ground got everyone excited. Even Cricket Ireland tweeted an image with the message - "Jumpin' Jack Flash! ⚡️@MickJagger has come to watch our first men's Test match!#IREvPAK #BackingGreen."
Jagger will be performing a gig along with Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood as part of Rolling Stones' 'No Filter Tour' in Dublin on May 17.