Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi reveals why Pakistani cricket players loaded luggage themselves at Sydney Airport in Australia.
The Pakistan cricket team was seen loading their bags in Australia in a video that went viral on social media. Netizens started to share the relevant pictures and videos.
Pakistan pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi commented on the recent viral footage of players carrying their luggage onto a container truck outside Sydney Airport. He said that they assisted one another to save time.
The fast bowler revealed it in a media talk before their first practice session in Canberra on Sunday. He stated there were just two of the helpers. So we helped out and we only had thirty minutes to make it to our next flight. We wanted to save time by finishing it quickly. We support this team as a family and refer to them as such.
Cricket fans were shocked when they saw the players in a social media video loading their bags onto a container truck outside the Sydney airport. The national cricket team is in Australia for a three-match Test series as part of the ICC World Test Championship.
Shaheen expressed his confidence in his Pakistani cricket team squad regarding the eagerly awaited test series in Australia. He also praised Australian opener David Warner calling him a “great career” who has regularly produced outstanding performances in all three forms.
Shaheed said we wish him (David) well. But we are not hoping for a good end for David Warner in his last Test match series with us.
The left-arm fast bowler emphasized the importance of the series for Pakistan by pointing out that they are currently leading the World Test Championship points standings. Since we are currently dominating the World Test Championship point table, this series is crucial for Pakistan.
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