Everything is not going well in Pakistan team at the moment
There were reports of rift between the captain and senior players.
New Delhi. 7 teams have announced their squads for the Cricket World Cup to be held in India from October 5. Everyone is eagerly waiting for the Pakistan team. The Pakistan team captained by Babar Azam had to be out of the Asia Cup after two consecutive defeats in the Super Four. After which Pakistan team is being criticized a lot in its country. PCB Chairman Zaka Ashraf held a review meeting with team captain Babar Azam and some management officials regarding the defeat in the Asia Cup. Many issues were discussed in this meeting, including injuries to players.
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3 players of Pakistan injured
The Pakistan team suffered a major setback when many of its star players got injured during the Asia Cup. Pacer Haris Rauf, Naseem Shah and team vice-captain Shadab Khan are also included in the list of injured players. Pakistan Cricket Board has blamed the previous administrators in PCB for the reason for the injuries to the players. It will be interesting to see whether these players are able to be included in the World Cup squad or not.
Shaheen Afridi put a break on the rumor like this!
After the defeat in the Asia Cup, there were reports in the media of discord in the Pakistani team. It was being told that captain Babar Azam had taken a class of senior players in the dressing room. It was even being said that Babar Azam and Shaheen Afridi had come face to face. But Shaheen Afridi tried to put an end to all these news. Afridi had shared a photo on social media in which he was seen sitting and chatting with his captain Babar Azam.
Tags: Babar Azam, ODI World Cup, Pakistan
FIRST PUBLISHED: September 21, 2023, 20:23 IST