A furious discussion broke out between Sarfaraz Ahmed and Saud Shakeel during Pakistan’s Canberra training session before their forthcoming Test series against Australia. The two Karachi players’ argument was captured on camera, which later appeared on a YouTube channel.

After being included in the Test squad for the first of Australia’s upcoming three-match Test series against Pakistan, David Warner is all set to receive his dream for a Test farewell at his Sydney home. The three-match series between the two teams will begin on December 14 at Perth Stadium and go to Melbourne for the Boxing Day Test before concluding in Sydney on New Year’s Day.

George Bailey, Australia’s head selector, announced a strong team for the first game of the series on Sunday, December 3. The 14-man roster includes fast bowler Lance Morris, who will be led by Pat Cummins. All-rounder Cameron Green lost his berth in the team to fellow all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, but he still plays.

Sarfaraz Ahmed And Saud Shakeel Lose Their Cool

“For how long will I continue to be of use to you?” Shakeel questioned.

Sarfaraz Ahmed retorted, stating, “You won’t be of any use to me. To begin with, I never instructed you to do anything. I never requested you to make a swap. I swapped with the person I intended to.”

Shakeel countered, saying, “You still made the swap, so I was beneficial to you.”

In a different incident that happened during an intra-squad practice session before they left for Australia, Sarfaraz Ahmed challenged Saud Shakeel’s timed-out dismissal.

Shakeel was walking out to bat taking an exceptionally lengthy time. Ahmed saw the delay and demanded a dismissal, which made Shakeel, who was ambling over to the pitch, dash into the pitch without even donning his gloves. When the umpire got to the crease, he looked at his watch and said Shakeel wasn’t out. Shakeel’s teammates responded with joy, clapping and cheering at the humorous situation.