Pakistan batsman Shan Masood said that we have learned hard lessons from life, and this was one of them. The boy’s morale suffered, and they lost sleep as a result of losing earlier matches.
On Saturday, Shan while talking to the media said that we paid a price for the losses because we still don’t place among the top two.
He stated that learning from your mistakes is the finest outcome of failure. If we approach it objectively, we can see that the team has improved since their defeat by Zimbabwe.
Masood claimed that the team’s morale had been raised by the way Pakistan fought to defeat South Africa by scoring 185-9 despite being in difficulty at 43-4 and going on to win by 33 runs.
He said that the mood is positive although South Africa initially controlled the match, we responded effectively and continued to bowl well even after the rain delay.
“Since that is within our power, we will concentrate on securing two points from the Bangladesh match. In this group, there will always be hope until the final ball is bowled.”
If India loses to Zimbabwe in the last league game on Sunday, Pakistan, who is now third in the competitive Group 2 standings, would advance. Additionally, they are eligible if South Africa loses to the Netherlands or if the game is called a draw.