Criticism on Pakistani team on social media after whitewash by England

 England have defeated Pakistan in the ongoing third Test in Karachi to clinch the series three-nil.

 For the first time since 1959, Pakistan have faced a whitewash in a Test series at home.  The last time Pakistan were defeated by Australia in a three-match series at home was in 1959 when they won the series by two nil.

 Earlier, England had defeated Pakistan in Rawalpindi and Multan Test matches.

 Pakistan had scored 304 and 216 runs respectively in their two innings, in response to which England scored 354 and 170 runs in reply and won the series.

 The bowlers on behalf of Pakistan performed very well, but the batsmen could not perform well and the highest score by a batsman in both innings was 78 which was scored by Babar Azam in the first innings.

 Harry Brooke, England's batsman, was declared the player of the match and the player of the series, who played an innings of 111 runs in the third test, while no other player's score was higher than him.

 On England's historic victory, while Pakistani fans, including England, are praising the best cricket, the Pakistani team is also under severe criticism.

Pakistan team under criticism on social media

 Journalist Arfa Feroze Zaki wrote that England did not defeat Pakistan, but whitewashed it and embarrassed it.  He said that Pakistan has been whitewashed by losing four matches on home ground for the first time.  These are the worst days of Pakistani Test cricket.

 It should be noted that the series between England and Pakistan consisted of three Test matches, but Pakistan lost the Test played in Lahore against Australia in March 2022.

 Bahram Qazi wrote that England's Test tour of Pakistan after 17 years gave Pakistan its first whitewash at home and Babar became the first Pakistani captain to suffer four consecutive Test defeats at home.

 Anam Farooq Rasheed wrote that whitewashing in Pakistan is very humiliating.  Team England is very good and they play Test cricket like T20 but we have to admit that our performance was not good.

 He wrote that several changes are needed in the playing XI and its strategy.

 Haroon wrote that you can't win any meaningful series or tournament as ex-1990s cricketers in the guise of 'coaches'.  Pakistan urgently needs to recruit a professional foreign coach.

 In response to this, a user named Saud wrote that no coach in Pakistan has the ability to do professional coaching.  There is zero professionalism in the whole setup.  It had to happen.  There is a system of power.

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