The head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Zaka Ashraf, has made an offer to the renowned Australian bowler Glenn McGrath to collaborate with Pakistan Cricket.
Zaka met McGrath during a gathering hosted by Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at Kirribilli House in Sydney. The event honored both the Pakistan and Australia teams, along with their management.
Reports from local media mentioned Zaka proposing an opportunity to the former pacer, who requested some time to think it over due to his existing commitments.
Pakistan’s High Commissioner in Australia, Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri, and officials from Cricket Australia were also present at the reception.
The Australian Prime Minister warmly welcomed both teams and praised Pakistan’s performance, especially in the Melbourne Test. He appreciated the visiting team’s exemplary conduct throughout the tour and looked ahead to an exciting match in Sydney.
Pakistan’s captain, Shan Masood, expressed gratitude to the Australian Prime Minister for hosting the team. Shan highlighted the positive spirit of cricket displayed by both sides during the series. He stressed the importance of representing their countries through their conduct on the field and hoped for a strong finish to the series in Sydney.
The third Test between Pakistan and Australia is set to kick off at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday, January 3rd.