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Shan Masood Blames Himself For Pakistan’s Agony in The World Cup Final


Shan Masood believes that he is responsible for Pakistan’s inability to score a sufficient number against England in the T20 World Cup final at the MCG.

Masood scored the highest with 38 runs from 28 balls, Pakistan reaching 137 for 8. However, Masood was out with three and a half overs to play. He was one of three batters that fell to Sam Curran after he chipped into the deep.

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Shan Masood Admits He’s To Blame For Pakistan’s PainShan Masood


The game’s pivotal moment seemed to depend on Shaheen Shah Shah Afridi’s injury. Ben Stokes (52/49 balls, 52 not out) was able to capitalize and bring England home with five wickets to spare.

Masood was very critical of himself for not getting out when he did. Pakistan added 18 runs in the last four overs, which meant they were short of what they needed.

He said, “We didn’t take the crucial moments and England were very strong in those crucial moments.” “I felt England came with both the bat and the ball.

“There were times, especially with the bat, when we could have ended the innings really well. It is my fault.

“I thought that we were aiming at 170, and looking at the ending of the innings, it seems like we could have had a batsman stay in the game and get us to 155-160 which seemed like a good score.

“Me and Shadab Khan, who were out for 20 of 14 balls in the over following Masood’s dismissal) will be held responsible for not staying there.

The final five overs were a showpiece, with England needing 41 runs. However, Afridi had previously injured his knee while sliding to catch the catch that dismissed England batter Harry Brook.

The left-arm seamer was taken to hospital for treatment. He was then cheered on by the 80,462 pro-Pakistan crowd. However, he was clearly still in pain when he entered his third over.

Afridi had defeated Alex Hale

Afridi had earlier defeated Alex Hales, the dangersome England batsman, in the opening over of England’s reply. He sent down one ball before being replaced with Iftikhar Ahmed, and he returned 13 runs in his five deliveries.

Stokes dismissed the spinner part-time, crunching his face and then soaring straight for six. Mohammad Wasim was then thrown three fours by Stokes.

It was all easy for England when Stokes’ first T20 international victory saw them win, with Pakistan captain Babar Azam lamenting Afridi’s injury as the turning moment.

He said, “I believe we were 20 runs behind, but the way our fast-bowers bowled the first six overs made me think maybe in the middle overs, we made a comeback.”

“But, after the Shaheen injury the match shifted towards the England side.”

Masood said that Afridi didn’t receive his runner up medal, but Afridi was able to see that “his ligament tests are clear.”

Masood said about Stokes: “He took on the pressure, he soaked it up, and he won the game.” This is what big-game players do, and Ben Stokes is certainly a world-class player.


Q. Where is Shan Masood from?

A. Kuwait City, Kuwait.

Q. Who is the father of Shan Masood?

A. The father of Shan Masood is Mansoor Masood Khan.

Q. What is the age of Shan Masood?

A. 33 Years Old.

Q. What happened Shan Masood?

A. Pakistan batter Shan Masood was taken to hospital after suffering a blow to the side of his head during a training session in Melbourne

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