Shadab Khan: Players Will Not Skip Fasting During Afghanistan Series

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Shadab Khan Says His Players Will Not Skip Fasting During Afghanistan Series

Shadab Khan, the acting captain of Pakistan, has announced that the team will observe fasting for the upcoming three-match T20I series against Afghanistan, which starts today.

Speaking to the media, the all-rounder said that this would be his first time playing cricket during the holy month of Ramadan because he had never done so before.

Notably, the 15-person team commanded by Shadab Khan arrived in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) yesterday, and a practice session was held by both teams before the opening match.

In place of Babar Azam, who has been rested for the series, the 24-year-old will be given his first opportunity to captain the Men in Green in cricket’s shortest format.

Shadab said, “There is no rocket science to leadership, but my ambition is to play aggressive and courageous cricket, which is a demand of modern-day cricket,” when discussing the position.

About the Afghan team, Shadab remarked in response to a query that they had recently played Pakistan extremely well and had consistently given them a terrible time.

Afghanistan’s players have a tonne of experience playing in international T20 tournaments, and Shadab Khan continued, “They are a dangerous T20 team, especially in UAE conditions.”

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