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Zafar Gohar sent back by the Pakistan Cricket Management

Zafar Gohar sent back by the Pakistan Cricket Management after Imran Khan, Haider Ali, and Kashif Bhatti arrived in England
Zafar Gohar sent back by the Pakistan Cricket Management after Imran Khan, Haider Ali, and Kashif Bhatti arrived in England

Zafar Gohar, the left-armed leg-spinner, has been sent back by the Pakistan Cricket Management after the three-man squad of Imran Khan, Kashif Bhatti, and Haider Ali have arrived in England.

Zafar joint the squad at Worcestershire for a week. Before joining for the practice, he was part of the County Cricket. As Pakistan welcomed Imran, Haider, and Kashif in the squad, the leggie has been sent back.

Zafar Gohar sent back by the Pakistan Cricket Management after Imran Khan, Haider Ali, and Kashif Bhatti arrived in England

Notably, all 29 players have reached England and are practicing in a bio-secure bubble at Worcestershire. During the fourteen days quarantining period, the players are being involved in the warm-up sessions and practice match.

The first match between England and Pakistan will be played on 5th August at Ageas Bowl. Later, this three-match test series will be followed by a three-match T20 series at Old Trafford.

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Zainab Shafiq is the content writer working for different sports websites covering the news from domestic to international levels.

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