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Your apology should be as loud as your disrespect was – A note to Rizwan-Babar from fans

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Pakistan’s clinical openers Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam are getting tons of apology forms after they have utilized the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 semifinal against New Zealand to shut their critics up. The opening duo has been out of form for a long, and was yet to do its magic in the marquee event. They found the semifinal clash the best opportunity to win the hearts of fans.

The sharp knocks of two have let the haters and critics turn into his fans once again. Those advising Babar to come and bat at number 3 are now heaping praises on him. The apology forms go viral as the fans, experts, and officials, in bulk, come out to seek it and believe their apology should be as louder as the disrespect was.

There have been sayings that Azam is better at opening with Fakhar Zaman and that Rizwan creates unnecessary pressure on him. The folks forgot all the services the same opening duo rendered, including the 152-0 against India in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Following Babar and Rizwan’s knocks of 53 and 57, respectively, they came up to a 105-run partnership, which became the third 100-run plus partnership of the opening duo in the World Cup match. They earlier did so against India and Namibia, respectively, in World Cup 2021. It has also made them the first opening pair to register three or more 100-run plus partnerships in a world cup game.

Both, specifically Azam, were yet to show their class in the ongoing classy event and finally utilized the all-important semifinal clash to show the world what capabilities they both possess.

Let’s eye on how a bunch of fans and officials seek an apology from the Babar-Rizwan duo after they register ‘evil eyes off’ knocks.

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