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Mohammad Hafeez Fails to Catch Sydney Flight Due to Tardiness

Third Test is scheduled to take place between from January 3 to 7 at the Sydney Cricket Ground

Pakistan team director Mohammad Hafeez, who had recently introduced fines for players for breaking the code of conduct, missed his flight from Melbourne to Sydney for the final Test against Australia. 

The third and last Test match is planned to happen between the different sides from January 3 to 7 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

As per sources, Hafeez should go to Sydney with the Pakistan group however he failed to catch the plane at the air terminal.

Hafeez, who was going with his significant other, came to late at the air terminal after which the staff didn’t permit them to load onto the plane.

Hafeez and his better half were at the air terminal, nonetheless, they didn’t actually take a look at the hour of the flight. Afterward, the couple took one more trip to Sydney following a couple of hours.

The administration of the group kept silent regarding this situation.

Pakistan are probably going to roll out one improvement in the crew for the last Trial of the three-match series. Opener Imam-ul-Haq is probably going to be dropped from the side with adolescent Saim Ayub set to make his presentation.

As indicated by sources, the group the executives is discontent with Imam’s sluggish batting during the series up to this point. The left-hander has scored 94 runs in four innings at a strike-pace of 31.22.

It has likewise been chosen to diminish the responsibility on bad habit commander and star pacer Shaheen Afridi who is probably going to bowl less overs than he ordinarily does during the last Trial of the series.

Shaheen has bowled 99.2 overs during the series, up until this point, which is the most for the two groups.

Australia beat Pakistan in the second Test by 79 runs in Melbourne to secure the three-match Test series.

Pursuing an objective of 317 runs, Pakistan were excused for 237 in their second innings on Friday. The hosts pounded the guests by 360 runs in Perth during the main Test.

Pakistan have performed inadequately in Australia, losing 16 Tests on the jog with their last success in 1995.

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