Pakistan stars give tips to budding cricketers at Azhar Ali's cricket academy in Lahore

Waseem Ahmed 14:30 26/06/2018
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Shadab Khan shares some tips. image - Azhar Ali/Twitter.

Pakistan Test opener Azhar Ali has some special visitors at his cricket academy in Lahore on Monday.

Pakistan stars Fakhar Zaman, Shadab Khan and Faheem Ashraf took time out of their ongoing three-day training camp in Lahore ahead of the Zimbabwe tour to pay a visit to the cricket academy established by the batsman.

Azhar was not picked for any of Pakistan’s limited-overs squads for the Zimbabwe tour. However, that didn’t stop the 33-year-old from inviting his team-mates to interact with budding cricketers at his academy.

“Big thanks to ⁦Fakhar Zaman, ⁦Shadab Khan, ⁩Faheem Ashraf⁩ for visiting summer camp this morning. Young cricketers got lots of motivation,” the Pakistan batsman wrote on Twitter while sharing images of the stars interacting with the kids at the academy.

“Kids were so happy to meet their heroes at summer camp and even more happier when they got some important tips from them,” Azhar added.

Pakistan are scheduled to play a T20I tri-series also involving Australia during their tour of Zimbabwe before taking on the hosts in a five-match ODI series. The limited-overs-squads are currently undergoing a training camp at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore and will depart for the African nation on June 29.

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