T20 World Cup 2021: Pakistan defeated West Indies by seven wickets in the warm-up match played yesterday in the T20 World Cup 2021. However, during the West Indies innings in this match, a funny incident was seen. In fact, during the match, what did a fielder from Pakistan miss field, the captain of the team Babar Azam called him an old man. The special thing is that the age of this fielder of the team is only 23 years and it is none other than the vice-captain of the team, Shadab Khan. During the West Indies innings, Shadab Khan first missed fielding and also missed the batsman’s run out. Seeing Shadab’s poor fielding, even captain Babar Azam could not control himself and he gave the tag of being an old man to the vice-captain of his team.
Not only this, Babar Azam became completely uncontrollable after this and seeing Shadab in the middle ground started shouting loudly, “Buddha ho gaya tu, buddha ho gaya tu, jawani wich tera run out se (You are run out in youth only) Gaya)….” Let us tell you that Pakistan’s team has been famous for its fast bowlers. Equally, this team is also known for its poor fielding in every round. The team has to play its first match against India in the T20 World Cup 2021 on 24 October. Babar gets upset after seeing such fielding of the players of the team, especially the vice-captain.
Pakistan beat West Indies
Pakistan bowled first against West Indies in their first warm-up match of the T20 World Cup played yesterday. The bowlers of Pakistan bowled brilliantly and tightly in this match and kept constant pressure on the West Indies batsmen. In front of the accurate fast bowling of the opposition team, the West Indies team could score only 130 runs for 7 wickets in their allotted 20 overs. Chasing the target of 131 runs, the Pakistan team achieved this target by losing wickets with the help of captain Babar Azam’s half-century.