Azhar Ali Shoaib Akhtar gave a fitting reply to a photo of Pakistan’s victory over England

The Pakistan cricket team is currently touring England, playing a three-match T20 series there. England beat Ben Stokes 3-0 in the ODI series. The win was special because the whole team was brand new at this time and almost all the senior players were left out of the corner. Pakistan’s captain and captain Babar Azam has faced a lot of criticism after defeating the second-ranked England team 0-3 in a one-sided fashion. Shoaib Akhtar was among those who criticized the Rawalpindi Express. However, Pakistan lost the ODI series disappointingly by 31 runs in the first match of the T20 series. Captain Babar’s innings was instrumental in the team’s win. Test cricketer Azhar Ali Akhtar has reacted by saying this is happening.

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In fact, Ali shared the photo on his Twitter account, which is a post-match presentation of the first T20. Many Pakistani fans here were looking forward to hearing Babar Azam’s speech. Responding to Akhtar, Azhar wrote in the caption ‘Who these fans came to see’

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What did Akhtar say about Pakistan’s defeat?

After a one-sided defeat to England, Akhtar took a jibe at his side and said on his YouTube channel, ‘Pakistan is playing 70s cricket. These players are happy to score 320-330 on the wicket, where they can score more runs. When we lose two or three wickets, we slow down and hope that we run in the last 10 overs. This is 70s cricket, we got there. England played better cricket than us, their batsmen were always spinning a strike which kept up the scorecard and the batsmen were never stressed. But we played 70s cricket because our mentality was, we don’t want to improve ourselves.

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