In the World Cup match against South Africa, Pakistan won the toss and chose to bat first. With Nawaz and Waseem coming in for Usama Mir and Hassan Ali, Babar Azam played an exceptional innings, scoring a brilliant fifty. However, Pakistan’s innings ended with a total of 271 runs on the board, as they were all out. And lost the match.
Despite a recent setback in their World Cup campaign with a loss to South Africa, Pakistan’s cricket team still holds the possibility of reaching the semi-finals. The key lies in a combination of winning their remaining matches and favorable outcomes in other teams’ games, such as Australia.
Pakistan, known for its unpredictable cricket performances, can turn the tide by securing victories in their upcoming matches. If they manage to win all their remaining fixtures, they could accumulate enough points to secure a spot in the semi-finals.
In addition to Pakistan’s wins, their path to the semi-finals also depends on other teams’ performances. For instance, if Australia faces consecutive defeats, it would enhance Pakistan’s chances of progressing to the semi-final stage.
This scenario highlights the dynamic nature of the World Cup, where fortunes can change rapidly. Cricket enthusiasts around the world are eager to see if Pakistan can mount a comeback and stage a remarkable turnaround in the tournament.
|Date & Time||Match||Venue|
|Tuesday, 31 Oct||Bangladesh vs Pakistan||Eden Gardens|
|Saturday, 04 Nov||New Zealand vs Pakistan||Bengaluru|
|Saturday, 11 Nov||England vs Pakistan||Eden Gardens|