The captain of the Pakistan cricket team, Babar Azam, and all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz fulfilled the wish of an Indian citizen.
The national cricket team held an optional training session at Bangalore’s Chinnaswamy Stadium for their match against Australia in the ICC World Cup on Tuesday. However, Indian citizen Pranav, a Pakistani cricket fan, arrived at the stadium before the Pakistani cricketers could take autographs.
According to sources, Pranav, a Pakistani cricket fan, was eager to get autographs from Mohammad Nawaz and Captain Babar Azam. He also wanted to get autographs on Babar’s debut match ticket.
Pranav mentioned that he had met Pakistani players in the UAE back in 2016. He had always liked meeting Pakistani players. After completing the training session, Babar Azam met Pranav, the Indian citizen, and fulfilled his wish by giving him autographs on his shirt and ticket.
Later, Mohammad Nawaz also met Pranav and fulfilled his wish by signing the shirt and taking a picture with him. It is clear that the Pakistan-Australia World Cup match will take place on October 20 in Bangalore. Green Shirts have played three matches in the event so far, winning two and losing one.