Ahead of the match against Bangladesh, Pakistan’s Sarfaraz Ahmed went on to say that Men in Green will score 500 runs and will hope for Bangladesh to get all out on 50 runs in the 43rd game of the CWC 2019. But sadly Pakistan could not put up that a big total and could only make 315 runs. With this, their hopes to make way into the semi-finals of the CWC 2019 for squashed and the Indian fan hilariously took a jibe at Sarfaraz Ahmed and men on social media. Pakistan vs Bangladesh Cricket Score 43th ODI Match.
After winning the toss, Pakistan elected to bat first. Fakhar Zaman got out early in the game. Babar Azam and Imam-Ul-Haq stabilised the innings as they brought up 151 runs. However, Azam got out just four runs before he could score a century, whereas Imam-UL-Haq made a 100 and crashed his foot against the stumps. Post which Pakistani team lost the plot and kept losing wicket at regular intervals and could make 316 runs on the board as opposed to what Sarfaraz Ahmed had promised. Needless to that that the Pakistani team was subjected to trolls and posted funny memes mocking the Men in Green. Pakistan Out of Cricket World Cup 2019, New Zealand Confirm Spot in Semi-Finals; Finish Fourth on CWC19 Points Table.
Check out a few of them below:
To qualify Pakistan should score 480-500 runs
— vaibhav barange (@vaibhavbarange) July 5, 2019
Yawning incident still haunts Sarfaraz.
— JISHAN. (@iamsrkJishan) July 5, 2019
Sarfraz: We will try to score 500 runs in 50 overs. #PAKvBAN
Babar & Imam: pic.twitter.com/JTBrafHXqr
— FB (@FB4Troll) July 5, 2019
— Priyankarawat (@Priyank62435140) July 5, 2019
MS Dhoni to be blamed?
— Pankaj Singh पंकज सिंह 🇮🇳 🌍 (@PankajSingh_UN) July 5, 2019
— Anshuman Mishra (@Imanshuman86) July 5, 2019
Pakistan Team Planning Win Against Bangladesh
— Nikhil Kashyap (@kashyapnikhil9) July 5, 2019
For now, if Pakistan wants to make still make it to the semi-finals of the CWC 2019, they need to restrict Bangladesh on the score of six runs, which is highly impossible. So it’s curtains down on Pakistan’s journey in the CWC 2019.
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