Imam-ul-Haq, a Pakistani cricketer, encouraged supporters to cease booing players regardless of their performance on Sunday. At the T20I match between Pakistan and England last night at Gaddafi Stadium. The crowd began chanting slogans at Khushdil Shah when he was taken back to the pavilion. Pakistanis criticize Pakistan Cricket Team’s poor performance versus England in today’s news. With us, read the whole details down below!
Pakistanis criticize Pakistan Cricket Team’s poor performance versus England
Pakistan lost the seven-game series to England with a 67-run defeat in the last Twenty20 International (T20I) on Sunday after a dismal performance. Four of the seven games were played with a left-handed batter on the field. He ended up having a huge impact, scoring 63 runs. In a video released on Twitter, the crowd screamed “parchi, parchi” as the player returned to the pavilion.
The player said that the team plays for the fans and Pakistan. England defeated Pakistan by 67 runs in the seventh Twenty20 match on Sunday in Lahore, giving them a 4-3 series victory and a major confidence boost heading into the World Cup. Highlights of Pakistan vs. England Two crucial players in Pakistan’s 210-run chase were bowled quickly by England’s speed attack, putting the visitors’ total to 33-3 at Gaddafi Stadium at night.
The visitors’ early success cost Babar Azam (4) and Mohammad Rizwan (1). Shan Masood put up a fight with 56, but England, led by Woakes (3-26), kept picking off his wickets one by one. Reece Topley, Adil Rashid, and Sam Curran each took one wicket, and David Willey concluded with figures of 2-22.
Mohammad Wasim (0-61) and Shadab Khan (0-39) were the hardest impacted. England will play three games against Australia starting Sunday as part of their World Cup preparations. In contrast, on Friday, Pakistan will begin a tri-series against Bangladesh and New Zealand. On October 16, Australia will welcome fans worldwide to kick off the 2018 World Cup.