Star Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz made it to the headlines of social media for a strange reason out of the field. It all happened when the team bus of Pakistan left the team hotel but they missed Mohammad Nawaz in the hotel and the bus departed with the rest of the players.
Speaking of the incident, Nawaz was not seen, alongside his teammates when they were leaving the hotel and heading towards the team bus. But as soon as the bus left, Nawaz was seen at the exit of the hotel having a cup of tea in his hands. Later, he revealed that he was making tea when his teammates were heading towards the bus.
In the same line of events, an official was seen helping Nawaz to get the bus; furthermore, the bus was stopped midway to get Nawaz on board.
However, the video of these moments also started making rounds on social media as soon as it was shared by a user over X (formerly Twitter).
Here’s a look at the video:
Pakistan team nawaz ko hotel mae hi bhool gai😭😭😭🤚🏻 pic.twitter.com/vPkSZcfKWY— Beena✨ (@Wazirasfan) January 21, 2024
Speaking of the recently concluded five-match T20I series between New Zealand and Pakistan, the visitors had a very miserable run in the series as they faced four consecutive defeats in the four matches of the series. However, the men in green registered a consolation win in the fifth and last T20I of the five-match series against New Zealand.
In the last T20I in Christchurch, Pakistan skipper Shaheen Afridi won the toss and decided to bat first; batting first, Pakistan posted a total of 134 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Mohammad Rizwan and Fakhar Zaman scored 38 and 33 runs, respectively to help their side post a 130+ total in the first innings.
While defending the target, Pakistan bowled brilliantly and bundled out the Blackcaps just at the score of 92 runs in 17.2 overs to win the match by 42 runs. Iftikhar Ahmed scalped 3 wickets for Pakistan, alongside 2 wickets each bagged by Shaheen Afridi and Mohammad Nawaz. Besides these three, Zaman Khan and Usama Mir also claimed one wicket each.