'Kudrat Ka Nizam…': Former Pakistani cricketer criticizes Babar Azam and his men after T20 World Cup exit | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Babar Azam and his men face criticism from everywhere with the elimination of the 2009 champions of the T20 World Cup.
Pakistan were eliminated as the United States advanced towards Super eight stage of the T20 World Cup on Friday in their match against Ireland was abandoned at Lauderhill.
USA reached the knockout stages in their first T20 World Cup appearance thanks in large part to their shock Super finished defeat Pakistan.
A USA defeat against Ireland would have given Pakistan the chance to return to the top two when they face Ireland at the same venue on Sunday.
But Pakistan, who were beaten runners-up in the tournament two years ago, faced the ignominy of early elimination.
Having played just three matches with a loss to India and their only win coming against Canada, this is Pakistan's first exit from the T20 World Cup.
Pakistan have reached the last four of the tournament on all but two occasions, when they were eliminated in the group stage (in 2014 and 2016).
Former Pakistani cricketer Ahmad Shahzad shared his disappointment with the team's exit.
Shahzad posted on ” works for those who don't deserve or aren't ready to improve now!

The United States, ranked 17th, joined the West Indies, India, Australia, South Africa and Afghanistan in the Super Eights, with two other teams not yet qualified.
The United States' qualification for the Super Eights is the seventh example of a combined team progressing from the group stage to the Super stage of T20 World Cups following Ireland (2009), Netherlands (2014), Afghanistan (2016), Namibia (2021) and Scotland. (2021) and the Netherlands (2022).
The Super Eights which begin on Wednesday are divided into two groups, with each team guaranteed to play three matches in an attempt to reach the semi-finals.

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