“If Nepotism Had A Face”: Azam Khan Brutally Roasted After Golden Duck

Azam Khan Golden Duck T20 World Cup 2024

Pakistan’s Azam Khan faced harsh trolling on social media after being dismissed for a golden duck against the United States in the T20 World Cup 2024 match on Thursday. Azam, who has been struggling to find form, was under immense pressure and was trapped LBW by Nosthush Kenjige on his first delivery. Social media users didn’t hold back, reviving the nepotism debate as Azam is the son of former Pakistan captain Moin Khan.

Critics were relentless:

“If Nepotism & forced entry had a face… Azam Khan.”

“BUt PCB has no shame.”

“Azam Khan is a player whom cricket history will never forget.”

The United States had a strong start to the T20 World Cup 2024, securing a seven-wicket victory against Canada in their opening match. They currently stand second in Group A with two points.

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Pakistan entered the tournament after a disappointing T20 series loss to England. The ‘Men in Green’ are eager to improve their form and begin the World Cup campaign positively.

US skipper Monank Patel commented on their strategy: “We will bowl first. Chasing is easier on this ground, and we want to continue our winning momentum. It is a new challenge, and we want to play our best cricket.”

Pakistan captain Babar Azam confirmed an injury to Imad Wasim, noting they would play with four pacers: “We would have also bowled first. The pitch is fresh, and we aim to put runs on the board. It’s good to see the sun after 3-4 days. Imad’s injury will be covered by our fast bowlers.”

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