PCB will congratulate Pakistan’s T20 World Cup side for reaching the tournament’s final. Pakistan defeat to England in the final of the T20 World Cup, which was held in Australia.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to honor the national cricket team members. Who finish as runners-up in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. Pakistani bowlers bowled their hearts out while defending 137 against England at the MCG, but star all-rounder Ben Stokes had the last laugh on the most important day.
Meanwhile, it has been reveal that the players will be honored for reaching the finals of this year’s Asia Cup. Where they were defeat by Sri Lanka by 23 runs in Dubai. A grand reception for the players is expect to be organized in Islamabad, the country’s capital.
The goal is to recognize and respect the players: PCB Supplier
“The purpose is to honor and appreciate the players for their performances in two major tournaments,” a Pakistan Cricket Board source told NDTV.
“Ramiz (Raja) complimented the squad making two big finals, but he also observed that the players needed to improve in several areas to compete with the best in all formats,” the source added.
At the same time, the source mentioned that the players may receive monetary awards for reaching the finals of two big events this year. Furthermore, the source stated that Babar Azam’s captaincy is not in threat right now since PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja has given him of his support.
While Pakistan’s bowling was their strength in both multi-nation tournaments. It was their batting that let them down, and unfortunately for them. Their fragile middle-order expose in the Asia Cup and T20 World Cup finals.
In the Asia Cup final versus Sri Lanka, the only warrior with the bat was Mohammad Rizwan, who scored 55 runs off 49 deliveries. However, once he remove in the 17th over, the Pakistani batting collapsed dramatically.
Babar Azam and Rizwan failed to reproduce their magnificent semifinal performances. T20 World Cup final against the Three Lions, and were remove precisely when Pakistani batting needed a boost.