Elephant refusal: Pakistani fans find fault with Namibia to seek another revenge

Published: 01:50 PM, 2 Nov, 2021
Elephant refusal: Pakistani fans find fault with Namibia to seek another revenge
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Meme game is not coming slow and Pakistani Cricket Team fans that are already over the moon as Pakistan are on the brink of qualifying for the semi-finals and will be looking to seal the spot with a win over Namibia in Abu Dhabi.

Pakistan’s three wins out of three so far—defeating India, Kiwis and Afghanistan—are considered as ‘revenge’. So, this time Pakistan seeks revenge from Namibia.

Pakistanis fans have already celebrated every win claiming to fulfil revenge for the wrongdoings of these countries with Pakistan. So, Namibia are also no exception as fans have found something against the minnows to seek revenge over them as well as both the teams meet for first time in a cricket competition.

Netizens on social networking platforms and WhatsApp chat groups reminding that Namibia have to answer like previous three teams for past behaviors including alleged cancellations of elephant deal and cotton deal.

In the first-ever meeting between the two sides in T20Is, Namibia face their sternest test yet in the form of Pakistan, who have been unstoppable so far in the Super 12 of ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021.

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Unbeaten in the World Cup so far, Pakistan have gone from dark horses for the tournament to one of the strong favourites in just three games. While bowling has historically been Pakistan's strong suit, the batting, led from the front by captain Babar Azam, has bailed the team out of trouble twice in the last two games.

Namibia, on the other hand, come into this game on the back of their first loss in the Super 12 to Afghanistan. While it was expected that the Eagles would find it difficult to deal with the spinners in Afghanistan's ranks, Namibia were done by the pacers who claimed seven of the nine wickets that fell.

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Faizan Ali Warraich

The writer is an Assistant News Editor at 24 News Digital.