Amit Mishra stopped speaking of Babar Azam, and wrote on Twitter – this too shall pass
The poor form of the Pakistan captain continues in the T20 World Cup 2022. Babar Azam is the target of former Pakistan cricketers. In such a situation, India's spinner Amit Mishra has also quipped by tweeting. Babar Azam has responded in his style to this tweet by Amit Mishra.
Actually, Pakistan captain Babar Azam had tweeted about the poor form of former India captain Virat Kohli. Babar took to his Twitter handle with a picture of himself and Kohli, "This too shall pass. Stay strong Virat Kohli", had tweeted.
tweeted a pinch
Now India's star spinner Amit Mishra has taken a jibe at Pakistan captain Babar Azam's poor form in his own style. Amit Mishra wrote on his Twitter handle, "This too shall pass, stay strong Babar Azam." By the time the news was written, 500 people had retweeted this tweet of Amit Mishra.
8 runs were scored in three matches
Let us tell you that Babar Azam's poor performance in the T20 World Cup continues. In the match against India, Babar returned to the pavilion without opening an account. Babar's wicket was taken by Arshdeep. In the second match, Babar Azam scored 4 runs against Zimbabwe. In the match against the Netherlands too, Babar was dismissed for four runs.
Kohli speaking bat in T20 World Cup
India's run machine Kohli's bat is doing well in the T20 World Cup. In the high-voltage match against Pakistan, Kohli made 82 not out and led India to victory. At the same time, he scored a second consecutive half-century in the T20 World Cup against the Netherlands.