Babar Azam returns home, After a dismal ICC World Cup 2023 campaign

Babar Azam returns home, After a dismal ICC World Cup 2023 campaign. Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan, took a private jet from Dubai back to Lahore following a dismal round-robin campaign in the upcoming ICC Men’s World Cup 2023.

Other Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) employees, including the team manager, were also returned on the flight.

As Babar arrived, those in attendance at the airport sang “Pakistan Zindabad.” Though certain players, such Agha Salman, Imam-ul-Haq, and Shaheen Shah Afridi, arrived in Lahore from Kolkata via Dubai, others went directly to their hometowns, the squad has returned to the nation in groups.

The Green Shirts’ ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup voyage came to an end on Saturday, as the Pakistani team was scheduled to depart India in two groups following their wildly disappointing performance in the ongoing major event in India.

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At Kolkata’s Edens Gardens, England trounced Pakistan by a commanding 93 runs in their final group match, sending the Green Shirts out of the major competition.

aboard Sunday at 8:55 a.m., the first group of 11 members of the squad took off aboard Emirates aircraft EK571, leaving Kolkata. The remaining members took Emirates aircraft EK573 out of Kolkata at 8:20 p.m. that same day. The players and squad members were to depart for their respective destinations after arriving in Dubai.

In response, Arthur said, “I’ll just go back to the Peak District in Derbyshire; I’ll be really happy, and that’ll be okay.” He defended his dual status as Pakistan’s coach and Derbyshire’s, which some former players had called “coaching on Zoom.”

Arthur affirmed his faith in under-fire captain Babar Azam after Pakistan was eliminated from the semi-final match, saying, “Babar is very, very close to me.” It is necessary to accompany this young man on his voyage. He must be instructed on the ropes. He is constantly growing and learning new things.”

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