Pakistan captain Babar Azam replied on social media to the #sochnabhimanahai trend established by his teammates after England whitewashed green caps in a three-match home Test series. Players like Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf expressed their support for Babar as captain, using the hashtag #sochnabhimanahai.
#sochnabhimanahai trend on social media
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Back-to-back tweets from cricketers created a fresh controversy on the internet, with fans voicing their differing perspectives. Finally, Babar mentioned this hot issue to the media on Sunday, saying it demonstrates the players’ solidarity. “Everyone has their own point of view. Journalists start similar things, thus it was comparable “When asked whether such tendencies would harm active cricketers in any way, Babar responded no.
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This demonstrates the players’ solidarity. And it wasn’t only for me; we help every cricketer in this way. Such things happen when you lose, “He said Babar expressed confidence in making a return after England’s Test series thrashing. As a captain and player, I strive to stay in my comfort zone. We have lost our previous matches, but we will attempt to win this series “concluded the captain.
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It should be mentioned that the hashtag #sochnabhimanahai became quite popular when current squad members tweeted about it. Shakil Sheikh, a member of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) management council, has also issued a warning to those responsible for this tendency. Following Sheikh’s tweet, Shaheen’s account erased the post with the hashtag #sochnabhimanahai.
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