December 5, 2022

Former federal minister of Islamabad Chaudhry Fawad Hussain criticized the Shahbaz Sharif-led nation’s “imported” administration for Pakistan’s loss to India in the second match of the Asia Cup 2022 in Dubai. Pakistan had defeated its archrival.

On Twitter, Pakistan’s previous minister of information and broadcasting claimed that the current administration is “manhoos” and not to blame for the team’s loss in Dubai (unlucky).

Fawad Hussain tweeted, “It’s not the team’s fault, the imported government is the unlucky” (roughly translated from Urdu).

In a crucial Asia Cup match on Sunday, Hardik Pandya’s all-around excellence helped India defeat Pakistan by five wickets.
After holding Pakistan to 147 in 19.5 overs with final stats of 3/25, Pandya hit 33 off 17 balls, including the decisive six in the final over bowled by left-arm spinner Mohammed Nawaz.

With 35 from 29 balls, Ravindra Jadeja made a contribution. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, a seasoned seamer for India, had the best stats when he bowled, recording 4 for 26.
Virat Kohli, the former captain of India, scored 35 off 34 balls during the chase

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