England’s wicket-keeper batter Ollie Pope surprised a young Pakistan by giving him a special gift on Tuesday in the final Test at National Bank Cricket Arena.
England won the third Test by an incredible eight wickets early on day four and became the first side to sweep Pakistan in a Test series at home.
Soon after the conclusion of the match, Pope went towards the stands where a few enthusiastic young Pakistani fans were waving at him. He responded to their affection by tossing his shoes toward one of the children.
Pope continued to be one of England’s top run scorers throughout the Test series, with 238 runs thanks to a century and two fifty-plus scores.
Moreover, the English player also gifted signed cricket balls to Pakistani fans present in the stadium as a token of appreciation.
This was England’s first Test trip to Pakistan since 2005, therefore it is important to note that.