Pakistani cricket workforce suffered a heartbreaking defeat towards Sri Lanka of their final Tremendous 4 match which additionally ended their Asia Cup 2023 marketing campaign on September 14. After a heavy 228-run defeat towards India, Babar Azam-led aspect didn’t defend 252 runs towards Sri Lanka with the latter recording a two-wicket win to succeed in the ultimate of the event at Colombo’s R Premadasa Stadium.
After a last-ball defeat, Pakistani gamers have been clearly disenchanted as they expressed their frustration throughout the post-match scenes. Nevertheless, in accordance with Pakistani media outlet Bolnews, issues turned ugly in Pakistan’s dressing room when Babar was addressing workforce efficiency and the gamers have been concerned in a verbal conflict.
Based on cricket.one report, the Pakistani skipper expressed his disappointment with harsh phrases and demanded extra from his teammates forward of the ICC World Cup 2023. He additionally identified the workforce’s points and their errors which irked the star pacer Shaheen Afridi. The left-arm pacer lashed out at Babar and instructed him to acknowledge the efficiency of gamers who did nicely within the preliminary levels. Babar reportedly silenced his teammate which led to an intervention from wicketkeeper batter Mohammad Rizwan and backroom employees.
There have been some spectacular particular person shows from Pakistani camp however they have been disappointing as a workforce unit. Babar was clearly anticipating extra from his workforce as they began because the world’s no.1 ODI workforce and have been tipped to succeed in the finals. The identical report additionally revealed that Babar distanced himself from his teammates after the defeat and left for the lodge alone.
Pakistan Cricket Board chief Zaka Ashraf has shaped a committee to evaluation the workforce’s efficiency within the event. The committee is prone to evaluation gamers’ contributions within the Asia Cup and supply inputs to the board as they’re but to announce their workforce for the ICC World Cup 2023.
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