Pakistan Cricket team faced a disappointing loss against South Africa in the World Cup. Despite the support from the crowd and a close fight, Pakistan couldn’t secure the victory they needed to stay in the tournament. Captain Babar Azam expressed his disappointment and stated that they were 10 to 15 runs short. Pakistan will continue to give their best in the upcoming matches and see where they stand. The crowd in Chennai was supporting Pakistan, and there was hope when Shaheen Shah Afridi performed well. However, South Africa’s tail-end batsmen led by Keshav Maharaj saw them through. Pakistan’s coach Mickey Arthur regretted their below-par batting performance. He acknowledged the need for improvement in various areas and emphasized their determination to win the remaining three matches. Despite the disappointing results, Arthur praised Chennai and its cricket fans for their support. Published in Dawn on October 28th, 2023.
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