Rain can save Pakistan and take them to semi-finals – Former India player
Sanjay Bangar spoke on the pressure that Pakistan must be going through having lost both their games.

Hopes were pinned on Pakistan’s famed opening duo consisting of skipper Babar Azam and wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan, with both failing to get going in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. However, they have lost two successive matches.

Sanjay Bangar spoke on the pressure that Pakistan must be going through having lost both their games; he said, “Well, they will have to really stare at the reality now. What is the outcome? Yes, a lot of results have to go their way. Maybe, a couple of rain-affected matches can also be the savior for them, but they have sort of let things out of their control because the game against Zimbabwe was well within their grasp.”

“There were so many occasions wherein they could have cruised to the target quite easily. In the sense that Shan Masood dismissal or Shadab Khan’s dismissal, even till the very last over, the way Wasim and Nawaz were playing at that point. Nawaz’s indecision at times, was questionable because he had spent a lot of time till that point, and he could have finished the game,” he added.

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