The captaincy of Babar Azam has gone under extreme examination since Pakistan’s eight-wicket misfortune to Afghanistan in Cricket World Cup 2023. With it, the Babar-drove side experienced its third back to back overcome in the continuous competition. It was a decent beginning for Pakistan in the competition with two dominates in as many matches however Rohit Sharma-drove Indian group broke the Asian neighbor’s triumphant run before the side likewise endured routs because of Australia and Afghanistan. Babar has been forced to bear all the kickback.
In the midst of the continuous analysis of Babar’s captaincy, previous New Zealand pacer Shane Bond picked Netherlands captain Scott Edwards in front of Babar when he was approached to pick the ‘ODI World Cup skipper’ between the two. Bond uncovered his decision during a connection with ESPNcricinfo.
Pakistan are in a must-win circumstance against a pillaging South Africa in Chennai on Friday and a misfortune will basically end their expectations of advancing to the elimination rounds, as they have experienced three back to back routs in five matches up to this point.
The Pakistan Cricket Board on Thursday implied that captain Babar’s captaincy could be in the line assuming the group’s mission in the continuous World Cup comes up short.
“Tending to the media investigation coordinated at skipper Babar Azam and the group the executives, the board’s position, repeating that of previous cricketers, is that victories and losses are essential for the game. Commander Babar Azam and Boss Selector Inzamam-ul-Haq were given opportunity and backing in shaping the crew for the ICC World Cup 2023,” expressed PCB in a proclamation.
“Looking forward, the board will pursue choices to the greatest advantage of Pakistan cricket in view of the group’s exhibitions On the planet Cup. As of now, the PCB empowers fans, previous players and partners to mobilize behind the group as they endeavor to get back in the saddle in the uber occasion.”
Pakistan have four focuses from five matches, having experienced continuous losses against most outstanding opponents India, Australia and Afghanistan.