IND vs SA: South African Cricketer Feels The Delhi Heat Ahead Of T20I Series Opener, Puts Out A “Cool” Tweet

IND vs SA: South African Cricketer Feels The Delhi Heat Ahead Of T20I Series Opener, Puts Out A “Cool” Tweet

India v South Africa: The South African cricketer felt the heat of Delhi before the opener of the T20I series, keeping A out. "cold" Tweet

South African spinner Tabriz Shamsi tweeted about Delhi’s temperature.Instagram

India are hosting South Africa for the five-match T20 International (T20I) series starting on Thursday. The first match of the series will be played at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Both teams are sweating in preparation for the first match. But some players are feeling the heat in Delhi when the mercury broke the 45 degree Celsius mark in six areas of the city on Monday. South African spinner Tabriz Shamsi Tweeted about Delhi’s temperature, jokingly said, “It’s only 42 degrees cold outside … not hot at all.”

Responding to Shamsi’s tweet, according to his Twitter bio, cricket statistician Mazhar Arshad said that the temperature in Lahore is 43 degrees, on which the South African cricketer wrote: “How do people survive in this heat”.

It will be without Indian batsman Rohit Sharma. Virat Kohli In the T20 series against South Africa. Both have been rested. KL Rahul The responsibility of leading the team was given.

The host team will also be without a star pacer. Jaspreet Bamrah. Like a young man Imran MalikIn the recently concluded IPL, the impressive Arshdeep Singh has been included in the team for the series.


Experienced wicket keeper Dinesh Karthik Royal Challengers Bangalore has also returned to the squad due to some strong performances in the IPL.

The Proteas arrived in the national capital on June 2, and the team has been preparing ever since. The Indian squad was on break after the intense Indian Premier League (IPL), and the team gathered in Delhi on Sunday and the squad finally started training on Monday.

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