The national team will follow fasting for the next three-match T20I series against Afghanistan, which begins today, according to acting Pakistani captain Shadab Khan.
The all-rounder claimed in a statement to the media that this would be his first time playing cricket during the holy month of Ramadan because he had never done it before.
It’s important to note that the 15-person team commanded by Shadab Khan arrived in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) yesterday, and both sides trained before the opening match.
In the absence of Babar Azam, who has been rested for the series, the 24-year-old will be given his maiden opportunity to captain the Men in Green in cricket’s shortest format.
Shadab said when discussing leadership, “Captaincy is not rocket science, but my aim is to play aggressive and courageous cricket, which is a requirement in modern cricket.”
In response to a query on the Afghanistan team, Shadab stated that they had recently played Pakistan extremely well and have consistently given them a terrible time.
Shadab Khan continued, “The players of Afghanistan have extensive experience in international T20 tournaments, and especially in UAE