Pakistan had a rusty start to the T20 World Cup 2022 where they lost to Team India from a solid position. Again in the second game, they shocked the world when they couldn’t chase Zimbabwe 131 by 1 run. After back-to-back defeats, their campaign seemed ruined and they wouldn’t be able to make it to the next round.
Following Men in Green’s loss to the joint team, Zomato conducted a review in Pakistan, citing the fact that they would go home right after the group stage. Zomato shared the message “Pak team ordered for home delivery” on Twitter. The tweet went viral online and Indian fans made fun of arch rivals.
However, the table changed after that. Holland upset South Africa on the last day of the group stage. With Proteas’ defeat, the Pakistani team needed a win against Bangladesh to qualify for the semi-finals. And guess what? Babar Azam’s men achieved a sweeping victory to make a notable comeback in the tournament. Here is Careem Pakistan’s later response:
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After Pakistan got off to a bad start to the tournament, several former Pakistani cricketers and specialists beat the national team. The likes of Shoaib Akhtar, Mohammed Hafeezand Wasim Akram crushed Babar Azam & Co. Some have even begun to demand a change of captaincy.
Thanks to the prayers of the fans, we made it to the semi-finals. Sometimes I feel in my heart that our best cricketers should support us in our tough times, not when we reach the semi-finals or the finals. The team needs support when they lose. Thanks to the prayers and support of the fans, we won,” said Shaheen. aforementioned.
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Pakistan will lock horns against Group 1 champions from now on New Zeland In the first semi-final of the event, which will be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday, November 9th. The winner of the competition will face either India or England in the finals to be played on Sunday, November 13 at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
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