The South African cricket team is set to play two Tests and three Twenty20 internationals on their first tour of Pakistan in 14 years
South Africa spinner Tabraiz Shamsi seems impressed with the tight security in Pakistan, after the Proteas arrived in Karachi on Saturday.
The South African cricket team is set to play two Tests and three Twenty20 internationals on their first tour of Pakistan in 14 years.
The team, led by wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock, was whisked from the airport under state-head level security accorded by the hosts, the Pakistan Cricket Board.
In a tweet on his official Twitter account, Shamsi compared the security in Pakistan to popular video game ‘Call of Duty’.
The 21-member squad had two Covid-19 tests before their departure from Johannesburg which all came back negative, and they will be further tested on their arrival.
Officials say the squad will stay in individual isolation until the results of the first round of testing are released before they start training in a ground adjacent to their hotel.
After the end of the quarantine period, the team will start practice training at Karachi's National Stadium, according to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Pakistan and South Africa will play the first Test in Karachi from January 26.