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Monday, July 15th, 2024

Pakistan may bid farewell to T20 World Cup without playing the last match

New Delhi. Pakistan’s team has already faced a lot of embarrassment in the ICC T20 World Cup. They lost to the host USA in the Super Over and then India did not let them score 120 runs. The team managed to get a win with great difficulty but even after this they were out of the race for Super 8. Now the team’s dream of bidding farewell by winning the last league match may also be dashed. The match against Ireland is under the threat of rain and there is little chance of it happening.

Pakistan’s team will play against Ireland in their last league match of the ICC T20 World Cup. Both the teams which have been eliminated from the tournament have a chance to end the tournament with a win. Ireland had defeated Pakistan in the series played before the World Cup. In such a situation, this match is expected to be a close one. Sunday, June 16, could have brought some happiness to the fans of Pakistan but due to rain, that too seems to be taken away.

Pakistan’s team failed to make it to the Super 8 due to losing its first two matches. Now Babar Azam’s team wants to bid farewell to the tournament with at least a win. This wish also seems to be dashed because the match between America and Ireland has been cancelled due to rain at the Florida ground where the match was to be played.

It has been raining heavily in Florida for the last few days. Life here has been affected due to rain and a flood-like situation has arisen. The governor of Broward County in Lauderhill has declared an emergency in view of the rain. The match between India and Canada could not be played due to the ground being wet due to rain before the match. There is a possibility of rain on the day of the match between Pakistan and Ireland as well. It has rained before the match as well, so there are full chances of the match being cancelled.

first published : June 16, 2024, 3:45 pm IST

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