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On Viral Video Of Pak Players Stacking Gear In Truck, Shaheen Afridi’s “Save Time” Explanation

A video of Pakistan players stacking their gear in a truck, following their appearance in Australia, had turned into a web sensation via virtual entertainment recently. In the video, Pakistan players were seen assisting the baggage with running to stack their unit endlessly sacks. While the video had gathered a ton of analysis, with fans faulting the authorities for blunder of the circumstance, Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi has uncovered the purpose for something very similar. He expressed that with the group booked to get their next trip in around 30 minutes, the Pakistan players were just aiding each other out to save time.

“We just had 30 minutes to get our next flight and we helped in light of the fact that there were only two individuals. We needed to wrap it up quick and to save time,” Shaheen told journalists at the Manuka Oval.

The Pakistan cricket crew showed up in Australia on Friday in front of a three-match Test series, with the main match in Perth beginning from December 14.

After a disheartening World Cup on the Indian shores, the Pakistan cricket crew has gone through a significant change on and off the field.

While star hitter Babaz Azam ventured down as chief across designs, the Pakistan cricket crew additionally terminated the whole supervisory group that had went with the group to India for the World Cup.

Opening player Shan Masood will lead the red-ball group, Shaheen Afridi has been named commander of the T20I group.

On the administration front, Mohammad Hafeez was named Head of Cricket, with previous pacer Wahab Riaz taking over as the administrator of selectors.

In front of the series, Afridi expressed that the group is hoping to ruin David Warner’s goodbye series and said as cited from Geo News, “We would wish him best of luck however we are not expecting a decent end for David Warner in his last Test series against us.”

The exceptionally expected three-match Test series will start off on December 14 at Optus Arena in Perth. The subsequent Test and third Test will be played in Melbourne and Sydney, separately.

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