Pakistan team is playing a match against Netherlands.
Netherlands gave a target of 92 runs to Pakistan.
New Delhi. Pakistan has not had a good start in the T20 World Cup 2022. Babar Azam & Co first had to face defeat against arch-rivals India, and then had to face defeat against Zimbabwe by just one run. Pakistan’s team has entered the field against Netherlands today with the hope of making a comeback in the tournament.
After defeating Zimbabwe, criticism of Pakistan has started. In this episode, Pakistan’s fast bowler Mohammad Amir has targeted Pakistan’s opener Mohammad Rizwan. Aamir made a shocking disclosure criticizing Rizwan. He told that former Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq sacrificed a great opener Fakhar Zaman in the affair of Mohammad Rizwan. Fakhar Zaman used to open before Rizwan’s arrival. He has also scored a double century while opening. But after the arrival of Rizwan, Fakhar bats at number three.
Misbah-ul-Haq made Rizwan an opener: Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir said during a conversation on Pakistani channel, ‘It all started when Misbah-ul-Haq became the head coach of Pakistan. He made Mohammad Rizwan an opener in place of Fakhar Zaman. Fakhar used to open for Pakistan in T20 matches at that time. Good players can perform at any number.
He further said, ‘To save your place in the team, you said that you cannot bat at number 5 and this was the reason Fakhar Zaman had to leave that place. Both Babar and Rizwan are openers limited. Both these players do not want to come out of their comfort zone.
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Babar-Rizwan pair was a flop
The pair of Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan has flopped in the first two matches of the World Cup. This is the reason why Pakistan has to face defeat in both the matches. Pakistan’s team is playing its third match in the World Cup against the Netherlands today (October 30). Batting first, Netherlands set a target of 92 runs for Pakistan.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : October 30, 2022, 15:09 IST