Matthew Hayden posted a heartiest message to the Pakistani cricket team in Urdu
The former Pakistani impact consultant is currently completing his isolation in Brisbane
Former Pakistani batting advisor Matthew Hayden posted a warm message to the national cricket team in Urdu ahead of their streak against Bangladesh. The Men in Green are in Dhaka for their next outing and the former Australian opener who is in quarantine in Brisbane wishes them the best of luck with the series.
Hayden posted a heartfelt message on Twitter in Urdu.
“Assalam or alaikum Pakistan! I am currently in the mandatory quarantine in Brisbane, but my heart beats for all the players and coaches of the Pakistani cricket team in Dhaka, ”the legend wrote on Twitter.
“I wish the team all the best. Come on champions, you can do it. Pakistan Zindabad, ”he concluded. The Pakistan Cricket Board had appointed Saqlain Mushtaq, Matthew Hayden and Vernon Philander as head coach, punch and bowling advisors, respectively, for the 2021 T20 World Cup.
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Hayden apologized for extending the contract for the back-to-back series against Bangladesh and the West Indies, while Saqlain and Philander agreed. The two are currently with the Pakistani cricket team in Dhaka.
The three-game series T20I between Pakistan and Bangladesh begins on Friday November 19 in Dhaka. This is followed by a test series of two games, the first of which will be played in Chittagong (November 26th-30th) and the second in Dhaka (December 4th-8th).
Former Australian martial thug Matthew Hayden and former South African speedster Vernon Philander have been signed as Pakistani coaches for the Men's ICC T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates. Hayden played 273 games for Australia and collected 15066 runs from 1994 to 2009. Philander, on the other hand, donned the South Africa jersey in 101 games and lost 269 wickets from 2011 to 2020.