After Another T20 World Cup Setback, Pakistan Seeks Redemption in Crucial Clash Against Canada

Gary Kirsten, Pakistan's head coach, voiced concerns as the team nears elimination from the T20 World Cup after losses to the USA and India. Despite a promising start, Pakistan faltered chasing India’s modest 120. Kirsten emphasized the need for better strike rotation and adapting to pressure situations ahead of the must-win game against Canada.


PTI | Newyork | Updated: 10-06-2024 10:52 IST | Created: 10-06-2024 10:52 IST
After Another T20 World Cup Setback, Pakistan Seeks Redemption in Crucial Clash Against Canada
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Gary Kirsten, the recently appointed head coach of the Pakistan cricket team, expressed his frustration following their shocking collapse in the T20 World Cup match against India. Kirsten highlighted how his team 'lost the plot' after 15 overs, leading to a disheartening defeat while chasing a modest 120-run target.

After consecutive losses to USA and India, Pakistan is on the brink of elimination. Kirsten emphasized the critical necessity of strike rotation on challenging pitches and acknowledged the mounting pressure on the batsmen.

''These guys are all international players and are aware of the pressure. It's understandable,'' Kirsten said. Yet, despite these setbacks, he praised the bowling unit's performance, especially in death overs, stressing the need for continual growth and adaptation in international cricket.

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