Men in Green decision, open partnership, scrutinized by ex-cricketers.
Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan, poked fun at the team’s detractors by telling them to “enjoy” now that they had advanced to the T20 World Cup final.
The Same Starting Batting Pair
The Men in Green’s actions, notably sticking with the same opening batting tandem of Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam, had come under close scrutiny from former cricket players and the media.
The 28-year-old admitted Pakistan didn’t get off to a great start after the semi-final victory over New Zealand, but he was certain his team will turn things around.
Pakistan Would Win
Babar said, “I owe my team’s management for keeping me inspired. Cricket has its ups and downs, but I had faith that we would win. According to Babar, who struck 53 runs off just 42 balls in the final game, Pakistan would give their all despite the opposition.
Babar wrote a letter to his critics in the interim. Each member of the team is impacted by any criticism of the team leader. He said that since the club has advanced to the championship, the detractors should be happy. You can criticize, but try not to be too personal, he said.