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Pakistan Cricket Team Suffering from High Selfie Fever

Selfie Craze in Pakistan Cricket Team

Pakistan Cricket Team is Suffering From High Fever for Selfies

Any idea what is going on with cricket Pakistan? Pakistan is currently going through the worst of forms our cricket team has ever been in the history of the game. Our batting was never fully reliable.

It was always the case of Pakistan producing the best bowlers, and India producing the best batsmen. Whilst our batting has let us down over the years, our bowling talent has stepped up to the plate and filled the void left by our lapses with the bat. In the last decade or so, Team Pakistan, in countless games and tournaments have relied on their bowling strength to win them games.

But this is the first time in a long long time, or perhaps the first time ever, that we are seeing a Pakistan bowling lineup which looks fairly ordinary to say the least.

The highly unfortunate ban on Saeed Ajmal left a huge void in the team, and is that wasn’t enough, left arm star fast bowler Junaid Khan suffered an injury and got ruled out of the series against New Zealand and probably the World Cup too. What are team Pakistan going to rely on, now that their bowling is equally as worse as their batting.

Times are not at all good if you’re a Pakistani supporter. The Media always plays its part in everything that happens in the country.

After the embarrassing 112 runs loss in the second ODI against New Zealand, the media aired a funny clip that illustrated a reason behind the Pakistan players struggling to gain some winning confidence.

It’s the “selfie fever”. Is the selfie fever the real reason behind the team’s setbacks as of late? Watch in this video which shows the Pakistani players less concerned about winning and more concerned about taking selfies!

Updated: Oct 20, 2015 — 11:41 am

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