PUNE: Pakistan captain Babar Azam criticized below- par performance in bowling and fielding departments for the World Cup 2023 loss against Australia on Friday.The Green Shirts suffered a 62- run defeat against the Kangaroos after being sailed out while chasing a massive target of 368 runs. Addressing moment’s loss — event’s alternate — Babar while delivering the bellwethers and baits for their comeback in the ultimate part of the first innings, criticized contending interruptions and poor bowling in the original overs for the losing the match. “ First 34 overs in the coliseum and field bring us. We dropped Warner and similar batters to insure they cash in. Credit to hearts and baits for coming back in the last 15, who hit their lengths and the wholes, ” the commander said in thepost-match form. The 29- time-old also talked about the excrescencies in Pakistan’s fur, mentioning that the platoon failed to produce a big cooperation. “ The communication for the batters was that we can do it. We have done it and the ball comes well under lights. We started well. We got small hookups but demanded big bones in the middle. Actually, we’ve to get up to the mark in the first ten with ball and hookups in the middle with club, ” he said. The Aussies managed to circumscribe the Green Shirts to 305 runs after posting a colossal 368- run target courtesy of a 259- run stage from David Warner and Mitchell Marsh. Pakistan were out to a great launch as their opening brace of Imam- ul- Haq and Abdullah Shafique had a 134- run cooperation — the first time a Pakistani opening brace had a century stand against Australia in a World Cup match. Pakistan were 154- 2 in23.4 overs — after losing Abdullah and Imam and were in dire need of a big cooperation to get back in the platoon but their commander Babar Azam was removed by Adam Zampa just after scoring 18 runs courtesy of an excellent catch by Pat Cummins. The Green Shirts kept on losing lattices at regular intervals but after the appearance of Iftikhar Ahmed, it looked like Pakistan would get in the game formerly again as the 33- time-old started hitting boundaries. But Adam Zampa handed the Aussies the important- demanded advance and removed Iftikhar and Mohammad Rizwan in back- to- back overs. The Men in Green were sailed out for 305 runs in45.3 overs. traipsing first, Australia posted 367 runs on the scoreboard, recording the biggest aggregate against Pakistan in the World Cup. Shaheen Afridi was the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan as the 23- time-old bagged five lattices, his alternate World Cup fifer.