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Shoaib Akhtar’s Viral Post Reflects Pakistan’s Disappointment After T20 World Cup Knockout

Shoaib Akhtar‘s ‘One Line Post’ Goes Viral After Pakistan’s T20 World Cup KnockoutPakistan’s T20 World Cup came to a disappointing end on Friday. © X (Twitter)Pakistan’s T20 World Cup ended in disappointment on Friday as the team failed to qualify for the Super 8 round of the tournament.

Pakistan’s elimination came after the United States’ match against Ireland was washed out due to rain. The USA earned enough points to advance to the Super Bowl in their tournament debut. After Pakistan’s shock exit, former pacer Shoaib Akhtar expressed his displeasure with the result.

“Pakistan’s World Cup tour is over,” Akhtar shared on X. Pakistan’s World Cup tour is over.

Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) June 14, 2024Pakistan needs Ireland to beat the USA in their last match against Ireland.

However, the tie means they can only reach four points. Meanwhile, the USA finished their campaign in the group phase with five wins from four games and were joined in the next round by India from Group A.

Pakistan took on India in New York on Sunday, failing to chase down the 120-run target. Before that, they lost the Super Bowl to the United States in the opening game in Dallas.

Back-to-back defeats mean Pakistan’s chances of qualifying for the Super Eight are out of their hands. Again, they had to rely on results that didn’t work.

However, heavy rains and floods in Fort Lauderdale in the past few days have dashed their hopes of reaching the next round.

The USA started the tournament with a convincing win over Canada by almost 200 runs, stunned Pakistan in one of the biggest T20 World Cup upsets, then gave strong contender India a run for their money, but the starting point for the team’s progress is the match. The T20I series was won by Bangladesh before the exhibition.

advertisementThe US team includes eight cricketers of Indian descent, many of them on temporary H1-B visas that allow them to hire foreign workers as they try to revive the sport 180 years after the first international cricket match was played in the United States. and Canada at St. George’s Cricket Club in New York in 1844, 33 years before England played Australia in their first Test match.

The US’s run to the next round also sealed its place in the group for the 2026 edition.

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