Unbelievable Pakistan quick bowler Waqar Younis was very condemning of the Babar Azam-drove side following their shock rout against Afghanistan in the Cricket World Cup 2023 on Monday. Pakistan were totally defeated by Afghanistan with fans and specialists hammering their frustrating handling exertion. Following the match, Waqar said that Pakistan played ‘garbage cricket’ against Afghanistan and hammered their various missteps while handling. “We should not discuss Pakistan cricket. They played junk cricket. Afghanistan played some great cricket,” Waqar said on Star Sports.
Afghanistan put on a great batting and bowling show to hand Pakistan a shocking eight-wicket rout in the Cricket World Cup 2023.
Pursuing a 283-run target, Afghanistan were lifted by Ibrahim Zadran (87), Rahmat Shah (77 not out) and Rahmanullah Gurbaz (65) as they scored 286-2 of every 49 overs.
Pakistan had made 282-7 in their 50 overs with 74 from captain Babar Azam and 58 from opener Abdullah Shafique yet the complete didn’t demonstrate extreme enough for a clinical Afghanistan.
Captain Hashmatullah Shahidi, with a 45-ball 48 not out, hit the triumphant limit as Afghanistan enhanced their most elevated ODI pursue of 274 against the UAE in Dubai in 2014.
The success is Afghanistan’s very first over Pakistan in eight ODIs and came eight days after their shock triumph over reigning champs Britain in Delhi.
“This success tastes pleasant,” said Shahidi. “The manner in which we pursued was exceptionally proficient and the manner in which we did that will help us going into our different games now.
“We are playing quality cricket. We have consistently had conviction and toward the beginning of the competition I told my group I needed to make it a noteworthy one for our nation and our kin. We did that against Britain and presently today against Pakistan.”
The loss leaves Pakistan’s Reality Cup crusade in confusion with three losses in five games and an imposing South Africa to look at a similar setting on Friday.
Conversely, Afghanistan’s mission is marginally restored with two successes in five matches and battling Sri Lanka as their next rivals in Pune on Sunday.
“That truly harmed us. We got a decent aggregate. Our bowling isn’t sufficient,” Babar said.