‘Best example of nepotism’: Pakistan’s Azam Khan brutally roasted after another flop show | Cricket News

‘Best example of nepotism’: Pakistan’s Azam Khan brutally roasted after another flop show | Cricket News

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NEW DELHI: Pakistan’s keeper-batter Azam Khan was in the line of fire on Thursday after his side succumbed to a crushing seven-wicket defeat in the fourth and final T20I against England at the Oval.
Azam, who scored a five-ball duck and then dropped a couple of sitters behind the stumps drew flak on social media as his torrid run with both bat and gloves continued.
The 25-year-old has had a string of low scores recently and has been poor behind the stumps as well and after his dull outing in Pakistan’s final T20I game before the T20 World Cup, questions over his selection and spot in the side were raised on social media.

With the defeat, Pakistan lost the T20 series 2-0 as the first and third games in Leeds and Cardiff were washed out.
England, on the other hand, now will head into the defense of its T20 World Cup title on the back of a series win over Pakistan.
In the final game, after restricting Pakistan to 157 all out, England powered to its target with 27 balls remaining largely thanks to Phil Salt’s 45 and captain Jos Buttler’s 39 in their opening stand of 82 off 38 balls.
The T20 World Cup staged jointly in the United States and the Caribbean starts Saturday, with England’s opening match against Scotland in Barbados on Tuesday and Pakistan playing for the first time on June 6 against the US.

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