Matthew Hayden says Pakistani players were completely devastated after semifinal loss against Australia – Latest Cricket News

Pakistan, which did not lose a single match in the Super 12 round of the T20 World Cup being played in UAE and Oman, was knocked out of the tournament after losing to the Australia team in the semi-finals. To this, the team’s batting advisor Matthew Hayden said that the Pakistani players were completely broken after the five-wicket loss to the Kangaroos in the T20 World Cup semi-final, but the dressing room atmosphere in the opening match against arch-rivals India was quite different. Was. At the same time, the team’s bowling coach Vernon Philander said that during the match against Australia, the pressure of the big match was clearly visible on the players.

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Pakistan had won all their matches in the group stage before the semi-finals, but suffered a heart-breaking loss to Australia, with Matthew Wade hitting three consecutive sixes in the 19th over to give the team a resounding victory. Philander said that there was little sense of stability from the players on the big occasion. He said, “If we look completely honestly, I think there was a slight nervousness seeing such a big match which showed up later in the fielding. It was a department that we looked into that could harm us. It proved a bit costly for us in the semi-finals.

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Here Hayden said in a conversation with Philander, “I am not surprised to see the players in the dressing room, because this is what happens when you play with your heart and lose. When you go into a match with expectations and for some reason the result is not good, how does it break your heart? The players looked completely disappointed. Let us tell you that Hayden was made batting consultant for the T20 tournament itself. Hayden said that he had seen a completely different Pakistani team during the spectacular win against India. The former Australian opener said, “Looking at the first match against India and as an outsider, the dressing room atmosphere was completely different, the players looked very calm, very relaxed, very balanced. It was such a big match.

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