KARACHI: Pakistani cricketer Shadab Khan on Sunday teased his senior teammate, Sarfaraz Ahmed, for exercising “to have a body like Faf Du Plessis”.
The South African batsman has mentioned he expects a “very tough” Pakistani aspect within the upcoming sequence within the port metropolis.
Sharing a video on Twitter through which 33-year-old Sarfaraz Ahmed was seen doing stretches and dealing on his abs, Shadab Khan, urged him to “keep going”.
“He wants to have a body like [Faf Du Plessis]. Jub se Saifi bhai ne Faf ki woh tasveer dekhi hai, inka aim vesi body bnane ka ho gaya hai (Ever since Sarfaraz Ahmed has seen that picture of Faf, his aim has become to achieve a body like his),” the 22-year-old all-rounder wrote on Twitter, utilizing a nickname for the previous Pakistani captain.
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Sarfaraz is a part of the 17-player squad introduced by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that can face off 36-year-old Faf Du Plessis’ group in a Check sequence set to start out January 26 in Karachi.
Pakistan’s taking part in XI can be finalised by captain Babar Azam following consultations with the pinnacle coach. Nonetheless, Abdullah Shafique, Kamran Ghulam and Salman Ali Agha — who have been named within the 20-member preliminary squad — have been unnoticed of the probables for the primary Check match.
The Karachi Visitors Police have launched a revised plan for commuters for the primary Check match between South Africa and Pakistan on the port metropolis’s famed Nationwide Stadium from January 26-30.
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Based on the plan issued on Saturday, a number of roads resulting in the stadium would stay open for small visitors throughout the Check match.
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