A welcome sight for the fanatics of the Pakistan cricket crew, chief Babar Azam got back to the nets on Thursday.
The PCB shared a video of Babar preparing up for the nets in the midst of bits of gossip that the captain may not play the subsequent Test coordinate against New Zealand.
Interestingly, in the video, the captain was not seen batting yet bowling instead.
Babar got the bat in the recordings, in any case, it was outside of the nets session.
As per sources, the group the board had intended to look at Azam’s harmed thumb during the instructional course at Christchurch.
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The sources additionally expressed that the administration will sit tight for Azam to recuperate from his physical issue “till the last moment”.
The comments had come in front of the subsequent Test match of the arrangement because of start among Pakistan and New Zealand in January.
Sources added that Azam has just begun taking an interest in gentle practice meetings to evaluate his wellness. He, notwithstanding, has not begun playing against quick bowlers.
According to the administration, it would not like to face any challenges by permitting Azam to play cricket taking into account his injury.
It should be reviewed that Azam cracked his correct thumb during a training meeting before the Pakistan versus New Zealand T20 arrangement. Accordingly, Babar was administered out of the series.
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Since he couldn’t lead the Green Shirts in the three-coordinate T20Is arrangement against the Black Caps, bad habit chief Shadab Khan was selected the captain, while wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan drove the side during the principal Test.
Pakistan will play the second Test against New Zealand from January 2, 2021. New Zealand as of now lead the two-coordinate arrangement 1-0.