There is still hope for Pakistan cricket team

The players are disturbed and under stress due to the behavior at public places and on social media

The players are disturbed and under stress due to the behavior at public places and on social media

In the video the offender says, "I was telling something to the Pakistani captain, which is not correct".

Ironically, it was Sarfaraz Ahmed who had praised the Pakistan fans' behaviour days before the match against India.

Pakistan cricket team is facing a lot of flak for their performance in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 so far. They defeated tournament hosts England, but they suffered losses at the hands of West Indies, Australia, and India. "Everyone is responsible for failing to deliver", added the 38-year-old, who said harsh media criticism after their heavy defeat against India on Sunday had been tough on the players.

Muhammad Hafeez brushed off the news of grouping in the team.

"Why don't you talk about such things when the team is winning?"

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Akhtar had earlier singled out Hasan for his forgettable performance against India and said that the right-arm pacer was only interested in playing T20s and the Pakistan Super League (PSL) while not putting enough effort when it matters.

"All is not finished for us", he said. We are focused on our next game and we are eager to win that match.

Interacting with the media before Sunday's crucial match against South Africa, Hafeez spoke on various issues including the controversy over captain Sarfaraz Ahmed not heeding to the advice tweeted by Prime Minister Imran Khan about winning the toss and electing to bat. "We didn't bowl well and that's why we lost that game", he said.

"It was a team decision and that can not be made on what someone has tweeted. We had ample time after the India game to regroup for a new beginning". With just three points from five games and four matches to go, the team not only will have to play out of its skin but also depend on favourable outcomes in other games to make it to the semi-finals.

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