Ismah Maroof and co. had a poor day at work, and the fans mocked them for having one of the worst batting performances at the Commonwealth Games 2022. They didn't get good ratings after that. Against India in the T20, they scored 99, which is the lowest team score in the Sporting Event.
At the 2022 Commonwealth Games, the Pakistan women's cricket team was ridiculed after India defeated them for the lowest-ever score.
In the opening T20 match of the Commonwealth Games 2022, the Pakistani women's cricket team was completely outplayed by India. Pakistan's decision to bat first against a formidable Indian bowling attack surprised the Pakistani fans. In terms of batting performance, Muneeba Ali had the best game, scoring 32 off 30 balls. Against the likes of Radha Yadav, Sneh Raha, and Deepti Sharma, Pakistan battled mightily, with captain Bisma Maroof scoring just 17 runs off 19 balls. The Indian spinners kept them on their toes the entire game before they were bowled out for just 99.
Indian opener Smriti Mandhana made a joke of the objective with a 63-run innings off just 42 balls while trying to chase down the score. In just 11.4 overs, India had 8 wickets in hand and smashed the total. Eight fours and three sixes were part of Mandhana's innings, which were played at an astounding 150 mph.
When Bismah Maroof and company returned from a tough day at work, the fans mocked them for putting on one of the worst batting displays at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Against India in the T20, they scored 99, which is the lowest team score in the Olympic Games.
In the 50-over World Cup in New Zealand, it was the second time this year that an Indo-Pak match failed to produce a tight game, with India comfortably beating their opponents. Nevertheless, the highly anticipated Commonwealth Games encounter lived up to the anticipation off the field with large crowds at Edgbaston. The play was postponed for 45 minutes due to intermittent showers, with each team limited to 18 overs.
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