The Australia’s cricket team has reached Pakistan on Sunday morning via a special plane after 24 years, ARY News reported.
A 35-member Kangaroos squad landed at Islamabad airport via a chartered plane. The visiting team was welcomed by Director Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Zakir Khan. The team was escorted to their hotel from the airport under tight security.
After spending a day in isolation, the Kangaroos will be able to train from Monday.
The media managers of the Australian touring party are already in Rawalpindi.
Pakistan Test squad will complete isolation today and a practice session of the players has been scheduled for Sunday morning. Captain Babar Azam, Sarfraz Ahmed and Naseem Shah will also be part of the training.
On Arrival of Australian Cricket Team in Pakistan After 24 Years, Federal Minister for information & Broadcasting Government of Pakistan said today is the Day of Complete Revival of Int’l Cricket in Pakistan.