The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has asked fans to support the national cricket team after three consecutive losses in the World Cup. Pakistan lost to India, Australia, and Afghanistan after winning their first two matches against Sri Lanka and Netherlands. This losing streak has dropped them to fifth place in the tournament. The team’s captain, Babar Azam, has faced criticism from fans and former players. Babar himself admitted that the team’s bowling and fielding were not up to par in the recent match against Afghanistan. The PCB understands the emotions of the fans and hopes that they will continue to support Babar and the team. The board is optimistic that the team will regroup and perform well in their remaining matches. They also addressed the media scrutiny faced by Babar and the team management, stating that success and defeat are part of the game. The PCB assures that decisions will be made in the best interest of Pakistan cricket based on the team’s performance in the World Cup. They encourage fans, former players, and stakeholders to stand behind the team as they aim for a successful comeback. Pakistan’s next match is against South Africa.
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