December 5, 2022

Babar Azam’s direct response to the presenter’s 1992 World Cup allusion on Imran Khan’s “caged tigers” team talk: As I already said,

Babar Azam

On Sunday, England won the T20 World Cup for the second time after defeating Pakistan at the storied Melbourne Cricket Ground by a margin of five wickets. Ben Stokes played a game-winning unbeaten knock of 52 off 49 deliveries to help the Jos Buttler-led English team defeat a 138-run target with an over remaining. Prior to England’s brisk Powerplay, which saw them score 49 runs while losing three wickets, Stoke’s innings had been played.

Following the defeat, Pakistan captain Babar Azam gave a lengthy post-game presentation speech in which he praised the English team for their outstanding performance that evening.

Congratulations to England! They fought hard and deserved to win, Babar said. The Pakistani captain also thanked the supporters for sticking with the team despite its dismal tournament debut, which saw it drop its first two games to India and Zimbabwe.

“We feel at ease. They show up to help us. Undoubtedly, our first two losses hurt us, but the team’s response to those setbacks was incredible, according to Babar.

In her question to Babar, the presenter also makes a 1992 ODI World Cup reference. She recalls how Imran Khan told his team to “play like caged tigers” before the tournament’s championship game and inquires as to what team-talk Babar Azam gave to his players before the crucial match.

Babar responded, “I just tried to get the point across that you should play your natural game. Despite the fact that we were 20 runs short, we fought valiantly until the very last pitch. Praise be to the boys.

Shaheen Afridi appeared to injure himself while taking Harry Brook’s catch in the run chase during the game’s 12th over, and even though he later returned to the field to bowl the 16th over of the innings, Afridi eventually left the field after bowling just one delivery.

“One of the best bowling attacks in the world is ours. Unfortunately, Shaheen’s injury caused us to lose focus, but that is expected in sports, said Babar.

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