Karachi: Cricket activities are on break across the world due to coronavirus outbreak but cricketers can’t remain away from the game.
Pakistan’s young cricketers are also making the most of every single moment being at home and trying to be in touch.
Young batting sensation Haider Ali has tied the ball with the rope at his home and practicing strokes.
Here is how our rising star @iamhaideraly is spending his time at home.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) March 24, 2020
Pakistan U19 team batsman Mohammad Mohsin is working hard on strength and conditioning and managing time to do exercise.
— Muhammad Mohsin (@Mmohsin24) March 24, 2020
Another young batsman Qasim Akram is playing cricket at his home’s terrace with family members.
— Qasim Akram (@QasimAk96153006) March 24, 2020
Rohail Nazir is taking out time daily to work on his wicket-keeping skills. He also posted a video on Twitter to let his fans know how he is spending time at home when there is no cricket happening around.
The hero for Pakistan in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup quarter-final win over Afghanistan, right-handed batsman Mohammad Huraira, is also doing batting drills at home to improve his game.
Good work from my opening partner here is my version!! pic.twitter.com/mbojn8gsxx
— Muhammad Huraira (@therealhuraira) March 24, 2020