TAUNTON: Pakistan cricket team’s supporters were heartbroken by yet another defeat of the side in the ICC World Cup, but they’ve still not given up the hope.

Pakistan lost to Australia by 41 runs in their ICC World Cup match at Taunton on Wednesday as the former collapsed to 266 in reply to 307 by the defending champions.

The loss was disappointing for the fans who had travelled to Taunton, a small town in Somerset, from various parts of the world.

However, they still have the hope.

“I have come from California, I am disappointed the way they played today. I am heartbroken,” a fan told Geo.tv after the match.

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“They played irresponsible shots and lost their wickets. Australia didn’t bowl too good but we played badly,” said another fan.

One fan blamed dropped catches for team’s defeat while another demanded dropping Shoaib Malik and bringing Shadab Khan back for the next game.

However, there’s still one thing common among all the fans Geo.tv spoke to and that’s the hope.

“I am still hopeful that team will bounce back, we did the same in 1992 and we’ll do it again,” commented a fan in Pakistan’s 1992 jersey.

“I am sure they’ll beat India, in sha Allah,” commented a fan as others standing around him supported his views with loud chants of “Pakistan Zindabad”.

While fans have still not given up the hope, one believes that Pakistan team will not let the huge fan base down when they take on India in their next game on Sunday in Manchester.


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