Ex-Pakistani Cricketers Slams Babar Azam and Co For Their Disastrous Run At The 2024 T20 World Cup

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The T20 World Cup has been a rollercoaster for Pakistan’s cricket team, and unfortunately, it seems they are hurtling toward an early exit. Babar Azam and his team have faced intense scrutiny after consecutive losses to the USA and India.

The Back-to-Back Losses

Pakistan’s T20 World Cup campaign started on a sour note with defeats against the USA and India. In both matches, Pakistan had control but failed to capitalize, leading to their downfall. The team’s performance left fans disappointed and former players fuming.

Expert Criticism

Former Pakistani cricketers didn’t hold back in expressing their disappointment. Shoaib Akhtar, the legendary fast bowler, quipped, “I think I should have a template text ‘disappointed and hurt’ automatically set to be posted.” Waqar Younis and Wasim Akram, both former greats, also vented their frustration. Akram criticized Rizwan’s lack of game awareness, emphasizing that he should have played cautiously against Bumrah.

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Babar Azam’s Leadership

Babar Azam’s captaincy has been under the microscope since he returned to the post earlier this year. Unfortunately, the pressure seems to have affected the team’s confidence. With just one more match against Canada remaining, Pakistan faces an uphill battle to stay in the tournament.

Uncertain Pitches

Adding to Pakistan’s woes, they haven’t had the advantage of playing warm-up matches to understand the pitches. This lack of familiarity could further contribute to their struggles.

In conclusion, the T20 World Cup has been a humbling experience for Babar Azam and Co. If they don’t turn things around soon, they might find themselves bowing out earlier than expected. Let’s hope they regroup and give their best in the remaining matches.

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