PAKISTAN: England defeated Pakistan by 8 wickets in the sixth T20I on Friday to level the 7-match series 3-3.
Shaun Tait, Pakistan’s bowling coach, was sent to speak to the media after the game. Tait was unhappy over the fact that he was sent to the post-match press conference after Pakistan’s defeat.
When the team lost by eight wickets at the renowned Gaddafi Stadium, Shaun Tait said, “When we lose badly… they send me when we get beaten badly.”
Everyone was shocked by Shaun Tait’s response. The moderator of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) questioned Tait if he was well after turning off the microphone because the comment caused discomfort.
It appeared that he warned Shaun Tait that his statement might cause issues. But Shaun Tait’s response has gained a lot of attention on social media.
After the team defeated England in the fifth T20I, spinner Shadab Khan spoke to the media, and pacer Haris Rauf attended the post-match press conference after the team had defeated England in the fourth T20I.
“We were attacked, They started aggressively, attempting to hit every ball for a boundary. It was successful for the first three overs and, in a manner, caught our bowlers off guard. We didn’t make many mistakes, and the hitting was excellent. Sometimes you have to give it to the batting team,” Shaun Tait said.
Pakistan’s pace bowlers struggled to stop Salt’s power-hitting in the absence of a rested fast bowler, Haris Rauf, and an ailing Naseem Shah.
When Pakistan was initially allowed to bat first, the top order struggled without Mohammad Rizwan, the top-ranked T20 player in the world, who was given a break after recording four half-centuries in the previous five matches.
The series is getting better and more exciting as it moves to the final match. Who would have thought that they would stand equal when playing the last match? The last match of the series will decide the winner, it is anticipated that it will be a thriller.
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