Prime Minister Imran Khan wanted Pakistan to play in the final of the T20 World Cup. The former captain, who won the ODI World Cup for the country, was also mentally prepared to go to the title stage in Dubai. But he did not get what he wanted! Australia has secured the final by defeating Pakistan incredibly. However, Babar Azam is not disappointed, even if his request is not fulfilled. Rather, he is by the side of Pakistan team in this difficult time.
At one time Imran Khan was the captain of this Pakistan team. He also won the first ODI world title. He also had a difficult time with the team in his playing life. So who knows the mental state of Babar Azam better than Imran Khan? After Pakistan's loss to Australia, many are discussing Hasan Ali's catch miss or Shaheen Shah Afridi's digestion of three sixes.
That is why the Pakistani Prime Minister tweeted sympathy to the Babars. It is clear that he does not want the Babars to fall apart at the moment, ‘I am telling Babar Azam and the party: I know how you are feeling at the moment. Because I am also familiar with drowning in the same kind of frustration on the field. But you should be proud of the quality of cricket you have played and the humility you have shown after winning. Congratulations to Australia. "
Pakistan's cricket fans are disappointed after losing to Australia in the semi-finals after winning five matches in a row in the Super Twelve. But many of them are hoping that this team will be able to do better. A similar message came up in Shahid Afridi's tweet.
According to Ramiz Raja, head of the Pakistan Cricket Board, the cricket team has brought Pakistan together. The former captain wrote on his verified Twitter page, "You have truly united the whole country and boosted the country's morale with commitment. I thank you for the way you fought and I am proud of you. 'Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar said,' You would think that this man (Mohammad Rizwan) played for the country and gave his best. That was the last two days in the hospital ICU! In another video, Akhtar called Rizwan a "hero" and said, "Stay with these boys, they are our pride."