Australian batsman Usman Khawaja embarked on a mission to persuade Australian cricketers to visit Pakistan, saying that the visit to Pakistan was a great opportunity to win the hearts of a new generation. In an interview with Fox News, Usman Khawaja said that he has always received a lot of support from the subcontinent, including India, Bangladesh and especially Pakistan, where he was born. He said that he has become a part of PSL, oh that experience was great and he wants to go to Pakistan again soon.
“I think this is a great opportunity for Australian cricket to inspire a new generation, and he has talked to his teammates about this,” said Usman Khawaja. He said that this generation has never seen players like David Warner, Steve Smith play outside of TV but now Australian players can play their role in reviving and promoting the game by setting a new example by performing there.
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He further said that Pakistan has been deprived of cricket for a long time and now we have a chance to give it back to them. Those who have this desire will go. According to the PCB, the Australian cricket team will visit Pakistan in March-April next year. The tour includes three Tests, three ODIs and one Twenty20 International. The first Test match of the series will start from March 3 in Karachi, the second Test match will be played from March 12 to 16 in Rawalpindi, the third match will be played from March 21 to 25 in Lahore.