COVID-19 protocols in New Zealand are completely opposite to England: Babar Azam.

CHRISTCHURCH -- Pakistan captain Babar Azam Thursday said COVID-19 protocols in New Zealand are completely opposite to England.

He expressed his views in a video from Christchurch where Pakistan team are under Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) ahead of their international outings against New Zealand.

Babar Azam said, Players are backing and communicating with each other here.

We are missing practice sessions and the focus will immediately shift towards cricket when training starts.

Every individual is missing cricket, is hungry to play and wants the game to start as soon as possible.

My feelings are also the same.

There are fifty members in our squad and it is not easy to handle such a big unit.

The team have been divided into four groups.

The role of seniors is very important and they are leading the youngsters in their respective groups.

Players discuss cricket as well as other topics including families, which increases team bonding.

It is an honor to represent Pakistan wherever you are in the world and the country becomes the foremost priority when you wear the star.

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