“Ghabrana nahi hai” – Followers troll Babar Azam after successive batting failures vs England within the ODI collection

Pakistan captain Babar Azam is dealing with the warmth after his staff misplaced the continuing One-Day Worldwide (ODI) collection in opposition to England on Saturday.

It was the second sport of the three-match leg performed at Lords Cricket Floor. Pakistan wanted to win the competition with a purpose to keep alive within the collection as that they had earlier misplaced the opening sport as effectively. Nonetheless, one other batting failure led to Pakistan’s loss within the second fixture, thereby dropping the collection as effectively.

So far as followers are involved, the largest disappointment got here within the type of Babar’s back-to-back batting failures. Within the collection opener, the Lahore-lad was despatched again to the pavilion by English pacer Saqib Mahmood for a 3-ball duck. Equally, within the second sport, Babar may solely contribute with 19 runs as Saqib but once more claimed his prized wicket.

Pakistan followers flooded the web with humorous memes and jokes, poking enjoyable and likewise exhibiting their frustration on Babar. Some followers even identified the ‘Ghabrana Nahi hai’ (don’t lose your nerves) phrase, which Babar used within the presser after dropping the primary sport.

Right here is how netizens trolled Babar:

#PAKvENG #Pakistan#BabarAzam #BenStokes

Babar Azam Babar Azam
v/s Zimbabwe v/s Different Groups pic.twitter.com/Ylqro9ry0i

— Only a Behrupiya (@wittyshaman) July 10, 2021

No Zim No Occasion For ZimBabar #ENGvPAK #BabarAzam

— Abster (@amarabster) July 10, 2021

Waaaat iss thissss behaviour🤬#ENGvPAK#BabarAzam pic.twitter.com/v9tK4wKniu

— Annas🇵🇰🇱🇾 (@AAnis97) July 10, 2021

Phele Center order nahi chalta tha, ab dono nahi chalte.#BabarAzam #ENGvsPAK

— Shayan 🇵🇰 (@Emerald_creed) July 10, 2021

Babar Azam in final 4 worldwide innings:-

19 vs ENG at present*
0 vs ENG
2 vs Zimbabwe
0 vs Zimbabwe

21 runs with 5.25 avg with 2 golden geese by Babar Duckzam. Gareebo ka king 🤣

#ENGvPAK

— The Dhruv TV (@TheDhruvTV) July 10, 2021

Bunny azam #BabarAzam #ENGvsPAK pic.twitter.com/04dhR0xpbD

— one tribe (@onetribepost) July 10, 2021

Saqib once more will get the wicket of Babar @babarazam258
Picture credit score 📸 @FantasyAkhada
#PAKvENG #Pakistan #Cricket #EngvPak pic.twitter.com/8Vh7Lo2Xlv

— Cricket Clue (@cricketcluein) July 10, 2021

Expensive Babar Azam,
 “Aap ne ghabrana nahi” pic.twitter.com/vYJ5VileVA

— Salman Sikandar (@SALSIKandar) July 10, 2021

Saqib mehmood when seeing babar azam on crease.#ENGvPAK pic.twitter.com/GkFxBGyDOX

— Alpha 🇵🇰🤝🇵🇸 (@ObnoxiousBrat) July 10, 2021

Kaha ho Zimbabwe…
Babar Azam want u #ENGvPAK pic.twitter.com/lnfcnaollS

— Ā X Ā (@71ismissing) July 10, 2021

Zimbabwe to Babar Azam at present: pic.twitter.com/BGgc6ud8fD

— pasha (@zorawarrr) July 10, 2021

Babar. What is that this behaviour? 🥺#PAKvENG #ENGvPAK pic.twitter.com/lJk5WcNlBb

— ɴɪᴍʀᴀ ᴋʜᴀɴ 🦋 (@NimraKhan104) July 10, 2021

Within the match, Pakistan, after successful the toss elected to bowl first and packed England underneath 250. The house staff may solely publish 247 earlier than being bundled out. Opener Philip Salt scored the best 60 runs from 54 balls, whereas middle-order batsman James Vince made 56 off 52 deliveries. All-rounder Lewis Gregory additionally made precious contribution of 40 runs down the order. For the guests, Hasan Ali was their decide of the bowlers. Ali bagged a five-wicket haul for 51 runs in 9.2 overs.

In reply, Pakistan received all-out for 195 in 41 overs, dropping the competition by 52 runs. Saud Shakeel was the one spotlight in Pakistan batting. Shakeel made 56 off 77 balls. For England, Gregory picked up three scalps, whereas Mahmood, Craig Overton and Matthew Parkinson bagged a few wickets every.

The third and closing sport of the collection will happen at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Tuesday (July 13). After the ODI leg, each groups will face one another within the T20I collection, beginning Friday (July 16).

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