“Can’t Play for Everyone!”: Babar Azam BLAMES EVERYONE But Himself for Shocking Exit!


Pakistan captain Babar Azam accepted responsibility for his team’s terrible performance in the T20 World Cup, but insisted that the team’s troubles were a collective failure, not a reflection on his leadership.

Pakistan’s Tumbling World Cup Journey

Pakistan was eliminated from the competition following the group round, losing to the United States in an unexpected upset and failing to chase a modest total against their bitter rivals, India. In their last game, they barely defeated a determined Ireland, demonstrating their patchy performance throughout the competition.

“We did not play well as a team,” Azam admitted in a post-match press conference. “The responsibility lies with all 15 of us. We will sit together and review what went wrong.”

Babar Azam acknowledged the criticism surrounding his captaincy following Pakistan’s early exit. However, he stressed the importance of collective responsibility.

“We Win and Lose as a Team” – Babar Azam Defends Captaincy

“We win and lose as a team,” he said. “There are 11 players on the field, and each has a role to play. I cannot play in everyone’s place.”

Pakistan’s batting woes were a major concern throughout the tournament. Azam pointed to their inability to click consistently and capitalize on promising starts. He also acknowledged the pressure situations that led to crucial wickets falling at inopportune moments.

Learning from Mistakes and Moving Forward

While Pakistan’s World Cup campaign is over, Azam vowed to learn from the experience.

“We accept that we didn’t play according to expectations,” he said. “As a captain, I will provide my feedback to the decision-makers, and we will move forward.

Who do you blame for Pakistan’s first round exit. Babar Azam’s captaincy or Pakistan’s batting? Comment and let us know.

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