After seven years, Pakistan is about to tour Sri Lanka, and a lot has changed since then.
In order to play a two-match Test series beginning on July 16, Pakistan will depart for Sri Lanka on July 6.
Let’s have a look at some facts that changed over during this time period
Babar Azam didn’t play his first Test at that moment. He just played in his first ODI against Zimbabwe in Lahore, marking his debut in the game of international cricket.
Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq were the core of Pakistan’s middle-order batting line, and they were both the captain.
At the time, Sarfaraz Ahmed was the preferred wicketkeeper.
Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka at home in 2015, taking the Test series 2-1, ODI series 3-2, and T20I series 2-0.