India vs South Africa South Africa spinner Tabraiz Shamsi Feels The Delhi Heat ahead of 1st T20I against India in Delhi

The five-match T20 series between India and South Africa will be played from Thursday. The first match of the series will be played at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Both the teams are sweating heavily in the nets to show their stamina in the series. But some players are feeling the heat a bit more in Delhi. Because in some areas the temperature is reaching up to 45 degree Celsius. In Delhi, players may have to play in temperatures close to 40 degrees Celsius even at night.

The players in the camp have started training in the stadium, which means they have already felt the heat. South African spinner Tabrez Shamsi has tweeted about the temperature in Delhi and jokingly said that it is not too hot here.

Shamsi tweeted and wrote, “It’s just as cold as 42 degrees outside…not hot at all.”

Responding to Shamsi’s tweet, Mazhar Arshad, a cricket fan, said it was 43 degrees in Lahore, to which the South African cricketer wrote, “How do people survive this heat”.

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