KARACHI: Pakistani batsman and previous cricket crew commander Sarfaraz Ahmed “needs to have a body like Faf du Plessis”, all-rounder Shadab Khan said on Twitter on Sunday in front of the eagerly awaited Test coordinate against South Africa.
Shadab, the youthful cricketer, imparted his carefree joke to a video of the 33-year-old Sarfaraz working out prior to going head to head South Africa coming Tuesday. Faf du Plessis said recently he anticipated a “extremely intense” Pakistani side in the forthcoming arrangement in Karachi.
“He needs to have a body like [Faf Du Plessis]. Jub se Saifi bhai ne Faf ki woh tasveer dekhi hai, inka point vesi body bnane ka ho gaya hai [Ever since Sarfaraz Ahmed has seen that image of Faf, his point is to accomplish a body like his],” the 22-year-old all-rounder composed on Twitter, utilizing a charming moniker for the previous Pakistani skipper.
The wicketkeeper-batsman is essential for the 17-player crew reported by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that will go head to head 36-year-old Faf Du Plessis’ group in a Test arrangement set to begin January 26 in Karachi.
Revised traffic plan for Karachi test
Pakistan’s playing XI would be concluded by skipper Babar Azam following counsels with the lead trainer. In any case, Abdullah Shafique, Kamran Ghulam and Salman Ali Agha – who had been named in the 20-part introductory crew – have been avoided with regards to the rundown of probables for the principal Test coordinate.
The Karachi Traffic Police prior delivered a modified driving-and-street plan for the principal Test coordinate between South Africa and Pakistan at the port city’s popular National Stadium from January 26-30.
As per the reexamined traffic plan gave on Saturday, a few streets prompting the arena would stay open for little traffic during the Test coordinate.