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PAK vs ENG, 1st T20I: Helicopter cuts spidercam's wires during security rehearsals, falls on the ground | Cricket News

PAK vs ENG, 1st T20I: Helicopter cuts spidercam’s wires throughout safety rehearsals, falls on the bottom | Cricket Information

Forward of the primary T20I between Pakistan and England, a weird incident befell through the safety rehearsal. One of many spide-camera fell on the bottom after a helicopter got here in touch with the wires of the digicam. Nobody was injured through the incident. The technical crew on the stadium ran to the bottom to repair the problem whereas the official broadcasters additionally expressed their concern over the incident. Nonetheless, the scenario was again to regular after the technical group obtained issues below management.

“Thrilled and excited for this collection”

Pakistan and England are raring to go because the seven-match T20I collection commences tomorrow _________

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— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) September 19, 2022

In the meantime, Pakistan captain Babar Azam is trying ahead to the upcoming collection towards England as a possibility to regain his kind. A prolific scorer, Azam had comparatively quieter outings within the current Asia Cup cricket match in UAE and the Pakistan skipper mentioned he’s trying ahead to the collection towards England to get his kind again. Babar Azam may handle solely 66 runs in six innings within the Asia Cup, a far cry from his efficiency within the final couple of years.

“I believe much less about failures when going via a foul patch. As a batsman, your focus is to do your greatest to regain your kind and it might be nice to try this earlier than the World Cup,” he mentioned after the group had a apply session forward of the primary match of the collection right here on Thursday.

The seven-match collection towards England can also be essential as a result of it may assist Babar Azam get again his kind forward of the T20 World Cup in Australia subsequent month.

“Clearly they’ve come to Pakistan after 17 years so it is a large collection and can assist us construct us in direction of the World Cup so all of the gamers will utilise this,” he mentioned.

Babar Azam’s Pakistan will tackle Jos Buttler’s England in matches held in Karachi (September 22, 23, 25) and in Lahore (September 28, 30 and October 2).

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