T20 World Cup: Pakistan Cricket Team Introduces Culture of Courtesy Meeting in Opponent’s Dressing Room

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Namibian cricketers sit in the dressing room at the Sheikh Abu Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi after losing to Pakistan by 45 runs on November 2. Then Pakistan team manager Mansoor Rana knocked on the door. But not alone, Pakistan cricketers were with him. It was a wonderful gift for Namibian cricketers. The team that lost them immediately went to meet them as friends, not as opponents. The Pakistan Cricket Board posted a video on Twitter and social media showing Pakistani cricketers, led by team manager Mansoor Rana, meeting and embracing Namibian cricketers. The Pakistan cricket team took the initiative mainly to encourage them, their message was, ‘You are doing well.’ Former South African and current Namibian cricketer David Weiss is no stranger to Pakistani cricketers and supporters. He has previously played for the Lahore Calenders in the Pakistan Super League, which is why he was seen joking with the cricketers of the Lahore franchise at the end of the match. The idea of ​​going to Namibia’s dressing room and encouraging their cricketers came from the head of Pakistan’s media manager Ibrahim Bad. This media manager has played a number of professional roles in several overseas tours of the Pakistan team. “If you want something good from someone, do something good,” Pakistan team manager Mansoor Rana told BBC Urdu. The main goal of the Pakistan cricket team is to project a positive image of Pakistan as a country to the world. Today Magazine

Scotland invited to Harris Rauf’s birthday:

After meeting Namibia in the dressing room, the Pakistan cricket team invited the Scottish team to their dressing room. Scottish cricketers also took part in cutting the cake and sharing the joy of Harris Rauf’s birthday. In the Covid-19 situation, Pakistani cricketers, like other teams, were confined to hotel rooms for a long time on foreign tours. Even before the World Cup. The management of the team and the cricketers also keep in mind the hotel staff, as these hotel staffs has been taking good care of the cricketers for a long time. Pakistan cricketers presented their jerseys and souvenirs during the tour of South Africa. Even before leaving for Dubai to play in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup, the Pakistan cricket team has given a memento to the staff of the team hotel.

Other parties are following Pakistan:

Following the discussion of the video of the courtesy call of the Pakistan cricket team in the dressing room of Namibia, other teams who came to play in the T20 World Cup also took this courtesy call as positive. The Indian cricket team visited the Scottish dressing room and met the Scottish cricketers. However, this is not the first time that this practice of Pakistan has taken place. Pakistan cricketers greeted them at the same time. Namibian cricketers sit in the dressing room at the Sheikh Abu Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi after losing to Pakistan by 45 runs on November 2. Then Pakistan team manager Mansoor Rana knocked on the door. But not alone, Pakistan cricketers were with him. It was a wonderful gift for Namibian cricketers. The team that lost them immediately went to meet them as friends, not as opponents. The Pakistan Cricket Board posted a video on Twitter and social media showing Pakistani cricketers, led by team manager Mansoor Rana, meeting and embracing Namibian cricketers. The Pakistan cricket team took the initiative mainly to encourage them, their message was, ‘You are doing well.’ Former South African and current Namibian cricketer David Weiss is no stranger to Pakistani cricketers and supporters. He has previously played for the Lahore Calenders in the Pakistan Super League, which is why he was seen joking with the cricketers of the Lahore franchise at the end of the match. The idea of ​​going to Namibia’s dressing room and encouraging their cricketers came from the head of Pakistan’s media manager Ibrahim Bad. This media manager has played a number of professional roles in several overseas tours of the Pakistan team. “If you want something good from someone, do something good,” Pakistan team manager Mansoor Rana told BBC Urdu. The main goal of the Pakistan cricket team is to project a positive image of Pakistan as a country to the world. Today Magazine

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