Usman Khawaja’s Dream of Playing Test Series on Pakistani Soil has Come True
Today, we discussed Usman Khawaja’s Dream of Playing Test Series on Pakistani Soil. Also, Come True Australia has announced a full-strength squad for their first overseas. Also, a Test tour in almost three years, with only Ashton Agar added to the Ashes-winning Australian squad. Pakistani-born Australian player Usman Khawaja is part of the powerful Australian squad. Will he be able to dream of playing a Test match for the first time on Pakistani soil for the Australian national team?
Mitch Marsh, Josh Ingles, and Mitchell Swapson have been included in the 18-member. Also, squad for the historic three-Test tour of Pakistan. The first visit of cricket-obsessed Australia to Pakistan in almost 24 years.
The Australian team is ready to deal with any situation. The inclusion of a number of players in the squad has been taken into account. So that in case of a bubble or injury, players can be picked from the squad. And no substitute player has to be called up from Australia on short notice.
Selection Chief George Bailey said: “The squad covers all the scenarios, including the conditions that could come to Australia due to a long break in Pakistan.
The last time the Australian team visited Pakistan, it was described as historical.
Usman Khawaja, a 9-year-old Australian batsman of Pakistani origin, may be recalled. Also, they made a comeback in the recent Ashes series by scoring a century in the Sydney Test and Hobart Test.
۔ Ricky Ponting’s injury in Sydney in May opened the door for the first Muslim cricketer to represent Australia at the highest level.
Khawaja is a professional cricketer as well as a capable pilot
Osman has been an alumnus of Westfields Sports School, which has produced talented players such as Michael Clarke (former Australian captain), footballer Harry Kewell and world champion discus thrower Danny Samuels.
Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja has expressed frustration over the cancellation of New Zealand and England tours to Pakistan, and Test Series on Pakistani soil saying he thinks it is easy for big teams to refuse to visit Pakistan and Bangladesh. It plays an important role, and this is one of the main reasons why no one would dare to cancel the tour of India even though Pakistan is completely safe for international matches in their view.
Khawaja, who played for Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) this year, emphasized that the players felt comfortable and safe during the T20 tournament. He said that security arrangements in Pakistan have improved in recent years.
He said he played in Pakistan Super League (PSL) in June-July. Support was very good for me.
I want to go to Pakistan and play again and now these moments are not far away:
He also said I had told my colleagues about the Pakistani youth. Also, it is very impressed with you who have never met David Warner, Marsh, and Steve Smith.
I have not seen him playing in the field in front of my eyes except TV.
Osman attended Westfields Sports School, which has produced great athletes such as Michael Clarke (former Australian captain) Harry Kewell (footballer). And Danny Samuels (world champion discus thrower).
Usman Khawaja, an Australian cricketer. He also has expressed his displeasure with the postponement of New Zealand and England tours to Pakistan. And he was claiming that it is “simple” for big teams to refuse to visit countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh. It is one of the key reasons why, despite Pakistan’s total safety for international matches. Also, no one would dare to cancel the tour of India.
The players felt comfortable and protected during the T20 event, also, according to Khawaja, who played for Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) this year. He stated that Pakistan’s security procedures had improved in recent years.
He says he participated in the Pakistan Super League (PSL in June and July in June and July (PSL). For me, the support was excellent.