Spidercam breaks during security drills before of the first T20I. Spidercam breaks during security drills before of the first T20I
Pakistan will play England in a seven-match Twenty20 International series beginning on September 20 (Tuesday) at the National Stadium in Karachi. Both teams will seek to win the series and prepare for the next T20 World Cup in 2022.
Meanwhile, a bizarre incident occurred during a security rehearsal ahead of the first match. The spider cam installed in the stadium fell after a helicopter reportedly came in contact with the wires.
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The stadium’s technical personnel hastened to repair the problem.
The stadium’s technical personnel raced to the scene to repair the problem, while the official broadcasters expressed their worry over the occurrence. However, once the technical staff had things under control, everything returned to normal.
Meanwhile, the visiting squad is without many key players, including regular captain Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes. In their absence, experienced all-rounder Moeen Ali will captain England. The Men in Green, on the other hand, have declared a large contingent and are unquestionably the favorites to win the series.
Meanwhile, Pakistan’s bowling coach, Shaun Tait, has commended Naseem and praised his new-ball ability.
“Naseem Shah reminds me of myself as a younger cricketer in several aspects.” He’s a bit free-spirited. But I wasn’t as smart as he was at this age. “I think you’ve all seen his natural ability and skill with the new ball, which is terrific,” Tait remarked before of Pakistan’s first encounter.
“Pakistan’s quick bowlers have innate talent.” They try to keep things simple, but they have a lot of talent and flare. So that’s already established in these guys,” Tait said of Pakistan’s bowling culture.
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