The Pakistan cricket team is currently playing a three-match T20 series against Afghanistan and has suffered a crushing defeat in the first two matches, due to which it has lost the series as well.
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New Delhi: The Pakistan cricket team is currently playing a three-match T20 series with Afghanistan. They have already lost this series as Afghanistan have defeated them in both the opening matches. After this, there has been a panic in Pakistan. Afghanistan is considered to be a weaker team than Pakistan on the international stage, and in such a situation, Pakistanis did not like losing to this team. Since then, former players have started criticizing the team. Former captain Rashid Khan has now taken a dig at Imad Wasim after these two defeats.
Babar Azam is not playing in this series. Shadab Khan is captaining the team in his place. Imad Wasim is one of the important players of the team. The third match between Pakistan and Afghanistan is to be held on Monday. Pakistan will try to save its pride by winning this match.
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Imad should not interfere
During the matches, Imad Wasim was seen several times interfering in the captaincy of Shadab Khan. Rashid was annoyed by this and that’s why he has taken Imad Wasim in his hands. Rashid has said that Imad should not interfere in the captaincy of Shadab Khan when he is setting the fielding. Rashid mentioned one such case while talking to a local channel in Pakistan. Rashid mentioned an incident during the second match in which Imad was setting fielding in the presence of Shadab. Rashid said that this is not good.
In the first T20 match, Afghanistan defeated Pakistan by six wickets. Batting first, Pakistan scored 92 runs losing nine wickets in 20 overs. Afghanistan achieved this target by losing four wickets in 17.5 overs. In the second match also, Pakistan had batted first and could not score big. Pakistan had scored only 130 runs after losing six wickets. Afghanistan achieved this target by losing three wickets in the first ball and took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match T20I series.
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