Pakistan Cricket social media handle makes a big blunder on Twitter post
Pakistan cricket team have been playing a fearless brand of cricket in the ongoing T20 World Cup. They started their campaign with a win over Team India as they won by 10 wickets. After that, they went on to beat New Zealand, Afghanistan, Namibia and Scotland. They were the only team to win five games on the trot. As a result, they qualified for the semi-final.
Pakistan made it to the ICC T20 World Cup 2007 final but lost to Team India in the peak clash. However, the Green Shirts defeated Sri Lanka in the ICC T20 World Cup 2009 final. Now, the ongoing competition is being played in the Gulf nation. Pakistan are well aware of the conditions. Their five-game winning streak serves as a testament to the fact.
Earlier, New Zealand successfully got the better of England in the first semi-final in Abu Dhabi. New Zealand reached the T20 World Cup final for the first time in history. Meanwhile, talking about the second semi-final, Australia captain Aaron Finch won the toss and elected to bowl first. Pakistan batsmen piled up runs when it mattered the most.
Pakistan Cricket social media handle makes a huge mistake on Twitter
Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan got off to a scintillating start to the game. The duo added a 71-run stand for the opening wicket. During the stand, Babar Azam scored 39 off 34 with the help of 5 boundaries. Rizwan top-scored with 67 off 52 balls including 3 fours and 4 hits over the fence.
Fakhar Zaman scored 55 off 32 balls including 3 fours and 4 sixes. Pakistan posted 176 for the loss of 4 wickets in their quota of 20 overs. Mitchell Starc took 2 wickets to his name for Australia. Meanwhile, Pakistan Cricket social media handle made a big blunder on Twitter. Earlier in the game, Babar Azam became the fastest cricketer to score 2,500 T20I runs.
Pakistan cricket captain achieved the feat in 62 innings where he went on to edge past Virat Kohli. The former Indian T20I captain held the record for achieving the record in 68 innings. While praising Babar Azam, Pakistan Cricket Twitter handle posted the Test records featuring the likes of Cheteshwar Pujara, Sunil Gavaskar, Sourav Ganguly and Vijay Hazare.