T20 World Cup 2022 Outrage in Pakistan dressing room video surfaced Wasim Akram Waqar Younis PCB | Outcry in Pakistan, dressing room videos surfaced

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T20 World Cup 2022 Pakistan Dressing Room Video : The Pakistani cricket team has reached the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup depending on the other teams. However, the way the Pakistan team under Babar Azam’s captaincy lost to Team India in their first match and after that the considered weak team like Zimbabwe also rubbed them, after that it seemed difficult to go to the semi-finals. Although Pakistan won their remaining three matches after this, but even after this, Pakistan’s going to the semi-finals was not sure if South Africa had not lost their last match to the Netherlands. In the last match of Super 12, Netherlands defeated South Africa and after that a new life came to the Pakistan team. After this match, Pakistan defeated Bangladesh and confirmed their seat in the semi-finals. Although the Netherlands team contributed more than the Pakistani team, which even after being out, worked to give life to the Pakistani team. Meanwhile, the Pakistan team will face New Zealand in the semi-finals on November 9. Even before this, there has been an outcry and a stir in Pakistan.

Dressing room video of Pakistani team goes viral on social media
Actually a dressing room video of Pakistani team has surfaced. In which it is visible what the players and coaches of the team are saying and saying. Although this video is old, but former Pakistan veteran player and captain Wasim Akram has raised questions on this. Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis slammed PCB for sharing dressing room conversations on social media. The PCB had put on social media the video of captain Babar Azam’s speech in the dressing room after India’s defeat in the T20 World Cup. After this, when the team qualified for the semi-finals on Sunday, the video of Babar Azam and the team’s mentor Matthew Hayden was also shared on social media. Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis said that whatever happens in the dressing room should be kept confidential. Akram told a sports channel that if I had been in Babar Azam’s place, I would have stopped the person making the video at the same time because there are many personal things in the dressing room and if they are made public then it can be embarrassing. Huh.

Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis raised questions
Wasim Akram also said that I do not think any other team would have done this in the World Cup or before. I can understand the desire to increase the number of fans but it is too much. At the same time, Waqar Younis also agreed with Akram’s words and said that Pakistan cricket has suffered due to the disclosure of dressing room talks in the past. He said that I agree 100 percent with what Wasim said. Whatever happens in the dressing room should be confined there. This is not a problem as of now, even before the dressing room talks were leaked to the media.

Pakistan will face New Zealand in the semi-finals
This World Cup has not gone anything special for the Pakistani team. Zimbabwe also defeated him after being beaten by Team India. Although the team defeated South Africa, Netherlands and Bangladesh, they are winning closely. The semi-final match is not going to be easy for Pakistan now, as they face New Zealand under the captaincy of Kane Williamson, who are used to playing knockouts and big matches of the ICC trophy. The confidence of the Pakistani team is also shaken at this time, because they had lost the first match to Team India. Now the Pakistani team has started its preparation for the semi-finals and on November 9, the team will take the field for the match.

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