On Tuesday, the Pakistani team will depart New Zealand and return home.

On Tuesday, the Pakistani team will depart New Zealand and return home. The Pakistan T20I team is getting ready to leave Auckland, New Zealand, and will arrive in Pakistan on Tuesday after a short stopover in Dubai. The players’ visit will then come to an end when they depart from Dubai and head to their home locations.

But wicketkeeper Azam Khan and T20I skipper Shaheen Afridi will remain in Dubai to play in the upcoming ILT20, where they are both playing for the Desert Vipers. They can now play cricket until they return to Pakistan thanks to this judgement.

Several characters return to different cities on the journey: Iftikhar Ahmed and Sahibzada Farhan go to Peshawar, Aamir Jamal goes to Lahore, and Usama Mir goes to Sialkot. Coaches Yasir Arafat and Umar Gul will travel to Islamabad alongside Haris Rauf, Muhammad Nawaz, and Zaman Khan. Haseebullah and Saim Ayub are scheduled to arrive in Karachi in the meantime.

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Notably, a few players will leave the team separately, including Abbas Afridi, Babar Azam, Mohammad Wasim Jr., and Muhammad Rizwan. Their next cricketing commitment is to depart from Christchurch on Monday and travel to Dhaka to play in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

Following Pakistan’s 4-1 series loss over New Zealand in the T20I series, the exodus has occurred. In the series’ fifth Twenty20 International in Christchurch, the squad rallied to win by 42 runs while holding New Zealand to the lowest successful total ever. The win was significant and offered some relief in an otherwise difficult series.

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