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Pakistan cricket squad starts training in Queenstown

Pakistan cricket squad starts training in Queenstown

Training in Queenstown began after the Pakistan Cricket Squad’s managed isolation ended.

In Queenstown, Pakistan Cricket Squad trained for 3 hours in the first session under the supervision of Head Coach Misbah-ul-Haq.

On this occasion, Harris Sohail said that he had been missing the training for 14 days and was slowly trying to adapt to the conditions.

While Azhar Ali and Mohammad Hafeez took a walk on the shores of Queenstown.

Pakistani cricketers arrived in Queenstown yesterday after 14 days of isolation in Christchurch. This is the first training session of both the cricket squads after their arrival in New Zealand. The first T20 match between Pakistan and New Zealand will be played on December 18.

It should be noted that after all the tests of the national squad were cleared in the last few days, the squad was allowed to leave the managed isolation, while after leaving the isolation, Corona SOPS will not be applicable to the squad.

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