The entire Pakistan team should be sent home..!?

Sowmiya Sriram
The entire pakistan team should be sent home..!?
Pakistan came close to victory in the t20 world cup 2024 series against india but lost by six runs after losing consecutive wickets. After this, former Pakistani player Wasim Akram blasted the Pakistani players. Wasim Akram said that no one in the pakistan team who has players who have been playing cricket for 10 years can understand the competitive situation, and if we do not play well, they have the idea that they will change the coaches, on the contrary, they should keep the coaches and send all the Pakistani players home.
Batting first in this match, the indian team scored only 119 runs. The next pakistan team was in a strong position losing 72 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in 12 overs. However, pakistan lost consecutive wickets after that. Talking about the performance of his players after the match, Wasim Akram said, "They have been playing for 10 years. I can't take lessons from them. Mohammad Rizwan has no awareness of the match situation. If they give the ball to Bumrah, it means they are telling him to take the wicket. Understand that and be careful with Bumrah's delivery. But Rizwan tried to hit a big shot and lost his wicket."
"Iftikhar ahmed has only learned to hit a shot towards the leg. He has been on this team for many years. But he doesn't know how to bat. I can't tell Fakhar Zaman about the match situation. What pakistan players think is if we don't play well and send our coaches home as a whole. They think that nothing will happen to us, but this time we should retain the coaches and send the entire team home," said Wasim Akram.
Also, Pakistan's key players Babar Azam and shaheen Shah Afridi do not speak to each other. Wasim Akram pointed out and criticized them without naming them. "Some players don't talk to each other. This is international cricket. You play for your country. But this is not right. They should be made to sit at home," he blasted them.

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