AUS vs PAK: Before the start of Australia tour, two Pakistani players clashed with each other, video surfaced - Newztezz Online

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Wednesday, December 6, 2023

AUS vs PAK: Before the start of Australia tour, two Pakistani players clashed with each other, video surfaced

 

There is to be a three-match Test series between Pakistan and Australia. This series is to start from 14th December. Before this, the team also has to play a four-day match against Prime Minister XI from December 6. Before the start of the tour, Pakistan Cricket Team is preparing vigorously. However, amid the preparations, reports of discord in the Pakistan cricket team have emerged. Actually, during net practice, former team captain Sarfaraz Ahmed and Saud Shakeel were seen having a heated argument among themselves.

According to Cricket Pakistan news, the team was training in Canberra before the match against Prime Minister XI. Meanwhile, former Pakistan captain and experienced wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed and Saud Shakeel were seen fighting with each other. The video of their clash has also surfaced on social media. In the video, a heated argument is seen between Sarfaraz and Shakeel. It can be clearly seen in this video that Sarfaraz Ahmed is seen scolding Saud Shakeel about something.

In the video, Shakeel first says to Sarfaraz, 'How long will I continue to be of use to you?' Hearing this from Shakeel, Sarfaraz gets angry and says, 'You will be of no use to me and first of all I never told you anything. I never requested you to exchange.

It is noteworthy that the first match between Australia and Pakistan will be played in Perth. This bickering of the Pakistan team before this important series is not good for the atmosphere of the team. After the video surfaced, fans are hoping that everything gets sorted out between Sarfaraz Ahmed and Saud Shakeel soon.

Pakistan team has not won a test match on Australian soil for a long time. In such a situation, this time under the leadership of new captain Shan Masood, the team would like to improve its poor record.

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