Unexpectedly, the Pakistan Cricket Team reached the T20 World Cup semi-finals. After losing the first match against India in the Super-12 and then losing against Zimbabwe, everyone thought that Pakistan would go home. Pakistani cricket fans
Unexpectedly, the Pakistan Cricket Team reached the T20 World Cup semi-finals. After losing the first match against India in the Super-12 and then losing against Zimbabwe, everyone thought that Pakistan would go home. Pakistan cricket fans are very disappointed. But it is known that Pakistan secured the semis berth due to some miracles. Pakistan reached the semi-finals after South Africa lost in the match against Netherlands. After this match, former Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar took a jibe at the South African team. Former Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar thanked the South African team for strengthening their chances of reaching the semi-finals after losing the match against the Netherlands. Also, he sarcastically said that he has earned the reputation of being disappointed by faltering at a crucial time. However, he commented that they have been given an opportunity to face their old rival once again.
Akhtar shared a video message on Twitter before Pakistan’s match against Bangladesh. He said in the video that he just woke up and thanked the South African team. You are great at betraying the trust placed in you. But Pakistan got another great opportunity through you,” he remarked. Pakistan almost missed the semi-finals after losing to Zimbabwe. Now you’ve got a lifeline. He mentioned in his message that we want to meet Team India once again.
Pakistan.. play hard now. He added the caption to this video, Go and win the cup. While the Netherlands won the match against South Africa by 16 runs on Sunday, Team India directly qualified for the semis before the match against Zimbabwe. On the other hand, Pakistan also secured their place in the semis by winning the match against Bangladesh.
Thank you South Africa. You’ve lived up to the ‘c’ word. Worked in our benefit. Pakistan, now stay tight. Go on & win this. pic.twitter.com/MCl1oz6ZHC
— Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) November 6, 2022
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