Sunday, July 14, 2024

Babar Azam Came Back to Pakistan After T20 World Cup Exit

Pakistan’s cricket captain, Babar Azam, has returned home following the team’s early elimination from the T20 World Cup. He flew from New York to Lahore with a stopover in Dubai. Upon his return, he plans to meet with PCB Chairman Mohsin Naqvi to review and discuss his performance during the tournament.

While some team members had already come back earlier, Babar, along with Haris Rauf, Imad Wasim, Azam Khan, and Mohammad Amir, extended their stay abroad due to severe criticism from fans and media. The prolonged stay was aimed at avoiding the immediate backlash following their disappointing exit.

The team’s relations with the public have been tense, as evidenced by a viral video showing Haris Rauf in a confrontation with a fan. This incident underscores the strained atmosphere and the high expectations placed on the team.

Former cricketers Basit Ali and Shoaib Akhtar have voiced their disappointment, criticizing both the players’ performances and the decisions made by the team’s management.

Their critiques reflect a broader dissatisfaction among fans and experts alike, who are calling for significant changes to improve the team’s future prospects. As Babar Azam prepares to meet with the PCB Chairman, the focus will be on addressing these concerns and planning the way forward for Pakistan cricket.

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