T20 World Cup 2022: Mohammad Amir Slammed PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja And Chief Selector After Pakistan's Defeat to Zimbabwe
After the second consecutive defeat in the T20 World Cup 2022, Pakistan's team has come under the scanner. It is the former veteran players of Pakistan who have uprooted their team on social media. Some are calling it a bad game of the team, while some are telling the team selection is wrong. At the same time, there is also a player from Pakistan who had raised questions on these selectors at the time of team selection and now the team has to face defeat.
Ever since the announcement of the Pakistan cricket team, former fast bowler Mohammad Amir was telling this team not worth winning the tournament. His prediction is now visible even though it is coming true. Mohammad Amir had described this 15-player team as the cheap selection of the main selectors. This old tweet of Mohammad Amir is now going viral once again.
chief slector ki cheap selection 😆— Mohammad Amir (@iamamirofficial) September 15, 2022
The team's defeat created a ruckus again
Mohammad Amir has once again vented his anger on social media after the defeat against Zimbabwe. He tweeted and wrote, 'From day one I said bad selection. Now who will take the responsibility of defeat? I think it is time to get rid of the chairman who has been the god of PCB and the chief selector. With this tweet, he has targeted the chief selector Muhammad Wasim and PCB chairman Rameez Raja.
Pakistan lost by 1 run
In this match, Zimbabwe, batting first, scored 130 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs. In reply, Pakistan's innings could only score 129 runs in 20 overs for the loss of 8 wickets. Pakistan's batting was a complete flop in this match. Shan Masood scored 44 runs for Pakistan. Apart from this, no batsman could even touch the 30-run mark.
from day one I said poor selection ub is cheez ki responsibility kon le ga I think it's time to get rid of so called chairman jo pcb ka khuda bana hwa hai and so called chief selector.— Mohammad Amir (@iamamirofficial) October 27, 2022