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Pakistan’s World Cup Journey is in Jeopardy

Pakistan's ODI World Cup adventure has taken a difficult turn after a bright start with victories over the Netherlands and Sri Lanka.

After a promising start with wins against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka, Pakistan’s journey in the ODI World Cup has taken a challenging turn. 

A defeat to arch-rivals India and another loss to Australia have raised concerns about team captain Babar Azam’s leadership and the team’s overall performance.

The Big Loss:

The game against India in the bustling Narendra Modi Stadium left Pakistan struggling. The defeat to Australia in Bengaluru didn’t help Pakistan’s case either.

Questions Surrounding Babar Azam:

Babar Azam’s captaincy is under scrutiny amid rumors of team disputes and disagreements. 

Despite his reputation as one of Pakistan’s best batsmen and comparisons to India’s Virat Kohli, Babar Azam’s numbers in the tournament haven’t been impressive. 

With only a 50 against India and 74 against Afghanistan, he faces increasing pressure to perform.

Challenging Path Ahead:

Pakistan must win their remaining four matches against South Africa, Bangladesh, New Zealand, and defending champions England to have a shot at the semifinals. 

Babar Azam’s leadership and role as a batsman will be crucial in Pakistan’s quest to stay in the competition.

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