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Trouble brewing in PAK before T20 World Cup? Imad Wasim questions ‘Intent’ of batters

Trouble brewing in PAK before T20 World Cup? Imad Wasim questions ‘Intent’ of batters

Pakistan Cricket Team in trouble again? Imad Wasim questions batters intent after Men in Green lose to England ahead of T20 World Cup

Trouble and Pakistan Cricket Team goes hand in hand. And now just before the start of the ICC T20 World Cup, is trouble brewing for the Men in Green? Pakistan were handed a 23 run defeat by England in the ENG vs PAK 2nd T20I. Following the game, Imad Wasim has gone on to question the intent of the batters.

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Pakistan after a tour of Ireland are in England for a 4-match T20I series as preparation for the T20 World Cup. But in the second game, Pakistan were bowled out on 160 while being tasked to chase 184. Post match, Wasim claimed that the intent from the batters were missing.

Trouble brewing in Pakistan?

After Pakistan’s loss, Imad Wasim claimed how the batters didn’t dominate the English bowlers in the middle overs. As a result, the bowlers settled well and blew away his side. “I agree that the intent which we need is still missing, especially in the middle overs where we need to dominate, and dominating over the opponent doesn’t mean you start playing aggressively – you just need to disallow the bowler from settling with the line.”

“At a point, Iftikhar and I were at the crease and we were looking to cross the line but we lost our wickets at crucial stages, if we had stayed, we would have crossed the line.” he said.

What will happen at Pakistan?

Pakistan is going through a rough patch. They lost their opening match to Ireland but then made a stunning comeback to seal the series 2-1 in their favour. Currently they are in England for a preparation of the T20 World Cup. The first game against England was washed off.

But then in the second game, the Men in Green were handed a comprehensive loss by 23-runs much to the dismay of the Pakistan Cricket Team.

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