Pakistan Team arrives home after T20 World Cup exit

After a shocking group-stage exit from the ongoing T20 World Cup, several Pakistan cricket team members arrived in Lahore on Wednesday.

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According to Geo News, players including Naseem Shah, Usman Khan, and senior manager Wahab Riaz landed at Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport via a private airline in the early hours of Wednesday. Some players opted to extend their stay in the United States following Pakistan’s premature tournament exit.

Players Remaining Overseas:

Coaching Staff and Team Performance:

  • Pakistan’s white-ball head coach, Gary Kirsten, is set to return home following the team’s failure to advance to the Super 8 stage.
  • Pakistan ended their T20 World Cup campaign with a three-wicket win over Ireland in Florida. Despite this victory, their earlier defeats to the USA and India in Group A sealed their early exit from the tournament.

Captaincy Future:
The team’s disappointing performance has sparked discussions about Babar Azam’s future as the white-ball captain. Addressing a press conference on Sunday, Babar mentioned that he would openly communicate his decision regarding the captaincy if he chooses to step down.

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After a shocking group-stage exit from the ongoing T20 World Cup, several Pakistan cricket team members arrived in Lahore on Wednesday.

According to Geo News, players including Naseem Shah, Usman Khan, and senior manager Wahab Riaz landed at Lahore's Allama Iqbal International Airport via a private airline in the early hours of Wednesday. Some players opted to extend their stay in the United States following Pakistan's premature tournament exit.

Players Remaining Overseas:

Coaching Staff and Team Performance:

  • Pakistan's white-ball head coach, Gary Kirsten, is set to return home following the team's failure to advance to the Super 8 stage.
  • Pakistan ended their T20 World Cup campaign with a three-wicket win over Ireland in Florida. Despite this victory, their earlier defeats to the USA and India in Group A sealed their early exit from the tournament.

Captaincy Future:
The team's disappointing performance has sparked discussions about Babar Azam's future as the white-ball captain. Addressing a press conference on Sunday, Babar mentioned that he would openly communicate his decision regarding the captaincy if he chooses to step down.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, and Instagram