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Andrew McDonald taking good memories from Pakistan

Andrew McDonald taking good memories from Pakistan

Australia cricket coach, Andrew McDonald says all the mates are taking good memories from Pakistan at the conclusion of the historic Australia tour of Pakistan. Notably, the team voyages Greenland for the first time in 24 years. The two sides have been involved in a three-match Test series, as many ODIs, and will conclude the tour on 5th April, with a one-off T20I.

Talking to the media at a conference, Andrew told it is feeling great to be in Pakistan after many years. He says the hospitality and every other aspect have been truly taken care of. McDonald’s cannot get over the love of Pakistani fans.

Andrew McDonald and mates taking good memories back home from Pakistan

“I felt very happy to come to Pakistan after a long time. Pakistan’s tour was amazing in all respects,” he said.

“We will always remember the way Pakistani fans welcomed us. We will be taking a lot of good and pleasant memories with us from this tour,”

The Australian interim coach furthermore commented on the joys of winning the Test series by 1-0. It must be noted that the first two tests, which took place at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium and National Stadium Karachi respectively, were drawn, however, the guests thrashed away Babar Azam and co in the deciding game.

“I am very happy about the win against Pakistan in the historic Test series. It wasn’t easy to defeat the Pakistan team in their own conditions,”

Babar Azam is a world-class batter – Andrew McDonald

He also mentioned Babar as a world-class batsman, after live witnessing his wonderful performances. In contrast, he discussed the downfall of Australia’s limited-overs captain Aaron Finch.

“Pakistan played excellent cricket in the ODI series. Babar Azam is undoubtedly a world-class batsman,”

“Aaron Finch is lacking the form currently but the players go through such times. I am working with Finch wherever he is having difficulty, and he is working for improvement,”

It must be noted that Pakistan won the three-match 50-over series by 2-1.

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