NEW ZEALAND: The Pakistan cricket crew commended batsman Imam ul Haq’s birthday in New Zealand on Wednesday, where they are set to confront the Kiwis in a Test series.
In the video shared by the Pakistan Cricket Board, players can be seen observing Haq’s birthday and applying cake on his face.
Haq and Babar Azam won’t play in the primary Test booked to begin on December 26, while wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan will be driving the side.
Babar and top-request batsman Imam ul Haq were precluded following their thumb wounds during preparing sessions.
Last week, the crew praised all-rounder Imad Wasim 32nd birthday.
The cricketer’s birthday slam was hung on a transport, as the group went to New Zealand’s Hamilton city.
A video shared by Pakistan Cricket Board demonstrated the crew assembled around Wasim as he cut his birthday cake in the midst of merry applauds from everyone.
The left-gave batsman at that point remained at the driver’s finish of the transport, amplifier close by, to thank his group for filling his heart with joy special.
“Thank you so much, boys. I really appreciate all of you who supported me all my life,” he said.