Imad Wasim

Pakistan cricket is reeling after a disastrous performance in the 2024 T20 World Cup. All-rounder Imad Wasim didn’t hold back, calling the team’s early exit from the group stage the “lowest point” in his career. This follows their impressive run as finalists in the 2022 edition, making the fall from grace even more stinging.

Wasim’s blunt assessment reflects the deep disappointment among fans and players alike. The shocking loss to the USA, followed by a narrow defeat against India, exposed vulnerabilities in the Pakistani team. “We shouldn’t have lost to USA,” Wasim said, highlighting the gravity of the situation. “There is no excuse for anything. We are losing matches collectively.”

Wasim expects significant changes within the team. “A lot of things are going to be sorted out in the Pakistan team,” he remarked. This hints at potential overhauls in selection, strategy, or even coaching staff. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will likely face immense pressure to address these issues.

The question remains: can Pakistan rise from the ashes? While this might seem like a rock bottom moment, history has shown the team’s resilience. With introspection and decisive action, Pakistan cricket can potentially bounce back stronger. The coming months will be crucial in determining the team’s direction and their ability to reclaim their past glory.