Babar Azam told the Mistake of Hasan Ali: Babar Azam, the captain of the Pakistan cricket team, is disappointed. The Pakistan cricket team, playing excellent cricket, lost in the semi-finals. After losing the toss, the team batted first and scored 176 runs. But Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis dwarfed this goal and gave Australia victory. And this victory broke the heart of the whole of Pakistan.
A mistake of their pacer Hasan Ali was also involved in this defeat of Pakistan. Hasan Ali dropped the catch of Matthew Wade in the 19th over of Australia’s innings. And then Wade ended the match by hitting three sixes in the successive three balls. After the match, Babar Azam admitted that the fall of Wade’s catch by Hassan cost him his team. Babar said after the match,
Babar Azam told the Mistake of Hasan Ali.
“The way we started in the first half, we were able to reach our target. But then at the end of this chase, we gave him a big chance”.
Significantly, Pakistan’s team was the only undefeated team in this World Cup. The team entered the semi-finals by winning five consecutive matches. And after this defeat, Babar said that he was proud of his team. Babar said,
‘If we had caught that catch, maybe it would have made a difference. But the way we played in this tournament, I am delighted as a captain. I hope we will try and learn from our mistakes after that. We played a fantastic game in this tournament; we will get confidence from it.
And we will try to keep playing that way. The role that we assigned to the players, everyone played it well. The way people supported us, we enjoyed it as a team, as we always do. And I am very grateful for that.
After this defeat, now the journey of Pakistan has ended here. The team won five out of its six matches in this World Cup. And the amazing thing was that he had a new man of the game in every victory. Talking about Australia, now the team will be in front of New Zealand for their first T20 World Cup title.
Let us tell you that New Zealand has not won the T20 World Cup title yet. Both the teams will clash for their maiden title on Sunday, November 14, in Dubai.