Pakistan Cricket: One Minute Down, Next Minute Up

Pakistan Cricket: One Minute Down, Next Minute Up

Don’t try to understand how Pakistan got to the final of T20 World Cup. Pakistan cricket is a phenomenon. The best explanation yet was given by Nasser Hussain, who took the Virat Kohli wicket at the 2017 Champions Trophy final.

You might be tempted to dismiss Pakistan but they surprise everyone and defy all odds. The Pakistan cricket team has done everything for its fans, from losing to India in the first two matches of the 2022 T20 World Cup to reaching the final of this marquee event. Nearly everyone was skeptical that Pakistan would qualify for the semi-finals. However, miracles can happen. The Netherlands’ win against South Africa was the most impressive. Without that game, Pakistani viewers would not have been able to watch the World Cup. TV ratings would have plummeted, calls would have been made for Babar Azam to be removed from the captaincy, and the job of Chief Selector would have been at risk.

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Babar Azam is a Pakistani cricket player who was born on October 15, 1994, in Lahore, Pakistan. He is a right-handed batsman and occasional right-arm off-spin bowler. He played his first One Day International (ODI) match against Zimbabwe in 2015 and scored an unbeaten century, becoming the youngest Pakistani to score a century on debut in ODIs. He also holds the record for the fastest century by a Pakistani batsman in ODIs.

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Pakistan’s vice-captain, Shadab Khan, was able to take second place in the T20 World Cup 2022 Super 12s phase. His total of 11 wickets.

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