Pakistan’s T20 captain will change, Shadab Khan will replace Babar?

The Pakistan cricket team undoubtedly made it to the final of the ICC T20 World Cup, but this team could not win the title. It was a matter of luck for this team to reach the finals as well. Strictly speaking, Pakistan team played well in only one match and that was the semi-final match. In this match, he won against New Zealand. In the Super-12, this team had lost to Zimbabwe itself. After the team’s performance in this World Cup, questions are being raised whether Babar Azam should be retained as the captain of the T20 team?

In the first match of this World Cup, Pakistan had to face a crushing defeat at the hands of India. After this he had to become a victim of vicissitudes at the hands of Zimbabwe. Then he defeated Netherlands, South Africa and Bangladesh. But he got a place in the semi-finals thanks to the kindness of the Netherlands, who beat South Africa and opened the doors of the knock-out stage for Pakistan.

Demand raised in Pakistan

In such a situation, Pakistan’s performance is being criticized fiercely and now the question is on Babar’s continuing as captain in T20. Shoaib Jat, anchor of Pakistan’s news channel ARY News, posted a question on his Twitter handle and wrote, “Who should be the new captain of Pakistan’s T20 team?” Along with this, he also put a photo of four players including Shadab Khan, Mohammad Rizwan, Shaheen Shah Afridi.

Retweeting this tweet, former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir wrote, “Shady (Shadab Khan) can bowl, bat as well as field. He understands the situation of the match very well.

Babar did not even roar with a bat

Babar is being criticized as a captain, but apart from this, his batting is also being fiercely reported. Babar’s bat did not play well in the entire World Cup. He definitely scored a half-century in the semi-finals but his strike rate was very low. Babar has been criticized for his strike rate in T20. Babar scored 53 runs in 42 balls in the semi-final. If Babar’s strike rate is seen in this World Cup, then it is of 93. In the seven matches of this World Cup, only 124 runs came out of Babar’s bat.

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