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“Both Indian openers in the list”, Twitter reacts to a stat of the batsmen with the worst strike-rate in the powerplay in the T20 World Cup 2022 Super 12

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Pakistan captain Babar Azam has had a really bad run in the T20 World Cup 2022. He had been one of the highest run scorers for Pakistan in the last couple of years alongside Mohammad Rizwan and the fans obviously had lot of expectations from him. Sadly, we must say that they let the fans down in this world cup with his bad performances. Apart from the match against New Zealand where he scored a fifty, he failed to perform well in almost all the matches. 

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Fortunately enough, that did not stop Pakistan from qualifying to the final. Good performances from Shadab Khan and Shaheen Shah Afridi carried them to the final of the tournament and now they have a real good chance of lifting the trophy. 

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Coincidentally, a lot of fine players have had horrible forms in the T20 World Cup 2022. Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and the list goes on. 

Their strike rates have also been very low. In fact, a statistic about the lowest strike rates in the T20 World Cup 2022 came out today which clearly shows that Babar Azam is the poorest in the list as far as Super 12 is concerned. 

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Lowest strike rates in T20 World Cup 2022 Super 12:- 

  • 80.00 – Babar Azam*
  • 80.00 – Craig Ervine
  • 81.63 – K Williamson 
  • 88.89 – Devon Conway
  • 89.47 – KL Rahul 
  • 90.91 – Sean Williams 
  • 94.74 – Rohit Sharma

Talking of the ongoing Final match between England and Pakistan, England are in a winning position. Pakistan could muster a mere first innings total of 137 runs and England current need only 69 runs in 66 deliveries with 7 wickets still in hand. 

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However, number of quick wickets from the very dangerous Pakistani bowling lineup can change things up totally in this final.  

Twitter Reacts:

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