The Pakistan cricket team arrived in Australia on Friday ahead of a three-match Test series, with the first match in Perth starting from December 14. After a disappointing World Cup on the Indian shores, the Pakistan cricket team has gone through a major tweak on and off the field. While star batter Babaz Azam stepped down as captain across formats, the Pakistan cricket team also fired the entire management team that had accompanied the team to India for the World Cup.
As the Pakistan team arrived Down Under, the players were seen loading their kit bags and luggage inside a truck. The viral video has generated a buzz on social media, drawing both criticism and amusement.
There is no arrangments by the host @CricketAus for the logistics?@TheRealPCB players are busy loading the Luggage themselves,How strange it is.if it happens in pakistan all the world would have mention it in the news,#PakistanTourToAustralia @iMRizwanPak
Courtesy Musa Bilal pic.twitter.com/iKz8tFwAzi
— Mirza Iqbal Baig (@mirzaiqbal80) December 1, 2023
Here’s how internet reacted:
Bhai koi official staff nahi hai kya jo lauggage truck mein load kare !! It’s pathetic !! From Australia or Pakistan cricket board !! Is that way of welcoming ???
— Rajveer (@Rajveerkap) December 1, 2023
This is disrespectful from cricket Australia. Remember the presidential protocol given by PCB to Australian team.
— Sassy (@wharfdom) December 1, 2023
O god what is this?
— Manish Thakur (@manisharjun77) December 1, 2023
Pooor from Host nation for inter national event
Above all its theur duty to provide basic facility
Even hotels/ accommodation provide such service of loading unloading
— ANKUSH GOYAL (@ankushg95) December 1, 2023
Their appointment is with immediate effect and their first assignment will be the upcoming five-match T20I series against New Zealand, which is slated to begin on January 12 after the end of the Australia tour which will begin from December 14.
The trio of experienced former players will look to help the team achieve the success that they did in the T20 World Cup campaign back in 2009 during their playing days.
(With ANI Inputs)
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