Pakistan Team Return Their Home & See Their WC Journey

Pakistan team return to their country except Hasan Ali will stay in India until returning home on November 22. Having failed to qualify for the semifinals at this year’s ICC World Cup tournament in India, Pakistan will leave in two groups.

On Wednesday, November 12, at 8:55 am, the first 11 team members will depart Kolkata via Emirates flight EK571. The remaining 14 will leave at 8:20 pm via the EK573 flight on that same date.

On November 13, Emirates Flight EK618 will fly players from Sialkot to their respective cities. Players and team managers from KPK, Islamabad and Rawalpindi will arrive by EK612 bus on November 13 in Islamabad.

On November 13, players and team management from Lahore will travel by two different flights (EK622 or EK624).

Hasan Ali is staying in India and will return to Pakistan on November 22. Mickey Arthur, team director for Lahore, Pakistan, will visit Dubai from November 13-16 before departing for Pakistan.

World Cup 2023 – Pakistan Fails Again, And Like In 2019, The Team Was Given The Impossible Task Of Qualifying For The Semifinals

Pakistan was left disappointed after they were eliminated from the 2022 Cricket World Cup semifinals, being destroyed before reaching any of its semifinals.

Pakistan had long struggled in World Cup ODI tournaments when competing for one of four semifinal positions, only to end up facing impossible tasks to remain one of four remaining teams – four years ago, they were competing with New Zealand for one semifinal spot before Bangladesh got in and won their league match – in either 2019 or this time round they failed to qualify for semifinals either time, having only played one World Cup semi final since 1999 when Australia defeated Pakistan by three wickets.

Pakistan concluded their World Cup 2023 campaign at Eden Gardens against England with a loss of 93 runs, winning 4 of 9 matches but failing to meet expectations in this tournament.

Pakistan began the tournament strong, taking two convincing victories over Sri Lanka and the Netherlands before falling prey to four consecutive losses.

However, the Babar Azam-led side made late comeback wins against Bangladesh and New Zealand. Still, four defeats meant Pakistan must do something extraordinary to qualify for the semifinals against England.

Pakistan needed to win 287 or more runs when batting first and win the chase within 284 extra balls for semi final qualification. Both goals seem impossible, yet that shouldn’t matter as long as Pakistan qualifies.

Pakistan is adept at surviving to the semifinals of ODI World Cups before facing unfeasible tasks to remain in contention for victory.

Pakistan was in a similar position four years ago: competing against New Zealand for one semi final place and drawn against Bangladesh as their final league match.

To overtake New Zealand, Pakistan needed an unprecedented win against Bangladesh of at least 290 runs to earn them victory; otherwise, their hopes of making the semifinals would have vanished long before bowling began!

Pakistan did not qualify for either of this year’s or 2019’s semifinals of the World Cup, having made just one semi final since 1999 when Australia defeated them in the final.

Highlights of Pakistan’s World Cup 2023 Campaign

The World Cup’s High Point

Pakistan set an incredible run chase record at this edition of Cricket World Cups. No one had anticipated that Pakistan could reach their target during the second half after Sri Lanka scored 344/9 after 50 overs, thanks mainly to Kusal Mendis’ and Sadeera Samarawickrama’s hundreds.

And yet, somehow, Pakistan managed to chase it down effortlessly; Abdullah Shafique, Mohammad Rizwan and others scored tons to lead them toward success.

Shafique achieved the highest debut score ever by any Pakistani at this competition with 113 from 103 balls, while Rizwan battled cramps to score an unbeaten 121 off 131;

Hence, Pakistan achieved the most successful ever run chase during any ODI World Cup ever attempted by any nation ever before or since!

The Low Point Of The World Cup Is

Pakistan will suffer their lowest point this World Cup when they lose to India for the third time in an ODI World Cup, especially given the manner of their surrender –

Babar Azam’s side had all-out at 191 runs. It was chased down with seven wickets left by Indians quickly chasing the target. Pakistan now have an eight-match losing streak against India going back into ODI World Cups.

The Best-Performing Player

Fakhar Zaman made his Netherlands debut against Bangladesh, batting at number 3, before returning for three more matches to prove why Pakistan lacked someone at the top of their order when Fakhar returned for their last three games against New Zealand and Bangladesh, respectively.

On his comeback against New Zealand in Bengaluru New Zealand, he made a memorable performance, scoring an unbeaten 126, which would have led him towards his target, Daddy Hundred, had it not been interrupted by rain at Bengaluru against New Zealand.

Source: Google

The Player Who Disappointed

Pakistan Captain Babar Azam entered the World Cup as its highest-ranked batter. Still, he failed to live up to that reputation by scoring four fifties but not reaching 100 runs.

India’s Shubman Gil eventually overtook him as the top ODI ranking; Babar and Gill are the only ten batters who didn’t manage a century score; Harry Tector from Ireland wasn’t included for comparison as Ireland did not participate.

Source: Google


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