Why Pakistan could not win the T20 World Cup, this star took all the responsibility on his shoulders

Vishwadeep Banerjee: Pakistan had to face defeat in the final of the T20 World Cup last November. Babar Azam’s team had to accept defeat from England in the final. And a star of Babar’s team is still not getting over the pain of that loss. He took all the responsibility of the final defeat on his shoulders.

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Pakistan’s star fast bowler Shaheen Afridi got injured in the middle of the final. He got injured while taking the catch. and left the field. However, he later returned. But could not make more than one ball. This is the reason why Afridi is blaming himself for the team’s failure to win the World Cup.

In the Melbourne final, Afridi took 1/13 in 2.1 overs. And when he got injured, England’s instant run rate was more than 8. As a result, Shaheen Afridi believes that Pakistan would not have lost had he not been injured. Significantly, Shoaib Akhtar had blamed Shaheen Afridi for the final defeat of Melbourne some time ago.

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However, Shahid Afridi’s father-in-law Shahid Afridi attacked Shoaib. But this time Akhtar’s voice was heard in Shaheen’s voice. Practically blaming himself, he said, “It is the dream of all cricketers to win the World Cup for the country. “If I had not been injured in the 2022 final, we could have won.” Explained, “Even today I am sorry. The team had to lose because I could not bowl that day.”


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