Usman Khawaja, Australia’s left-handed batter, has expressed excitement about the upcoming visit to Pakistan, which will be his first in 24 years. In 1998, a team led by Mark Taylor visited Pakistan.
Khawaja, who struck centuries in both innings of the fourth Ashes Test in Sydney, recently stated that every game of cricket is significant, but the Pakistan visit is particularly so. Khawaja stated that he was born in Pakistan and that the country hasn’t had cricket for a long time.
“Any tour for Australia is fantastic, but traveling to Pakistan is particularly special because I was born there and they haven’t played cricket in such a long time,” said the Pakistan-born Australia batter.
It’s worth noting that Usman Khawaja will be playing for Australia in the much-anticipated series against Pakistan. The full-fledged series will begin on March 4, with the first Test taking place at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.
At Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Karachi, the number one Test team will play three Tests, the same number of ODIs, and one T20 International match.
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