World cup 2023: Wasim Akram told Pakistan the secret of reaching the semi-finals

Wasim Akram Save Babar Azam: The troubles of Pakistan captain Babar Azam have increased after Pakistan’s exit from the semi-finals. Many former cricketers have blamed Babar Azam for Pakistan’s defeat in the World Cup. According to experts, due to poor captaincy and performance of Babar Azam, Pakistan is out of the race for the semi-finals. Former Pakistan cricketer Wasim Akram has also commented on this issue. Wasim has clearly said that Babar Azam alone cannot be made a scapegoat for Pakistan’s defeat, there is someone else behind it.

The entire system is at fault. Akram said, I believe that Babar’s captaincy has flaws, but that does not mean that he should be made a scapegoat and blame should be put on him. On the field, the captain does not play alone, the whole team plays. He said, “Pakistan has become a team whose players do not even know who their coach is. This is not just Babar Azam’s fault, it is the fault of the entire system.

It is easy to say… He said, Babar is a star player. When he scores runs the whole country becomes happy and proud. But the captaincy has put pressure on Babar’s performance. In both the World Cup and Asia Cup, he looked really stressed. So he has to learn how to handle pressure and think only as a batsman and score runs when he is at the crease. “Nothing is easier said than done,” he said.

Former Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq, who was part of the panel, also agreed with Akram. He agreed that when the entire bowling unit and middle-order batsmen failed to perform, Babar alone cannot be blamed for this poor performance in the World Cup. However, we expected Babar to be in the top three in terms of most runs, but he failed.

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