Manchester – Sports Reporter:
The Pakistan cricket team on Tuesday offered their Eid ul Adha prayers at a local hotel in Manchester.
Former skipper and wicket keeper Sarfaraz Ahmed delivered the Eid sermon and led the prayers, which were attended by all the players, as well as coaching staff.
Following the prayers, they embraced one another and exchanged Eid greetings.
The national cricket team is currently in England for a T20 series against the English team.
The Pakistan cricket team players were not allowed to take their families with them on the tours to England and West Indies owing to safety concerns due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Families had also not been allowed to accompany the players on previous tours to New Zealand, South Africa and Zimbabwe, while in the home series, the PCB allowed families to accompany the players in the bio-secure bubble.
According to sources in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the national team, after the England tour, the team will leave for for West Indies.