Cricket stars react as Pakistan team storms into U19 World Cup semi-finals

In Sports
March 29, 2024

The Pakistan U19 cricket team has stormed into the semi-finals of the World Cup, earning widespread praise from cricket stars and fans alike.

The Boys in Green showcased their prowess in the group matches, securing victories against Nepal, Afghanistan, and New Zealand, emerging at the top of the table in the group stage fixtures.

The Super Sixes round proved to be another chapter of triumph for the talented squad. Facing tough competition, the Boys in Green emerged victorious against Ireland. Additionally, they clinched a thrilling victory against Bangladesh by a margin of five runs, securing their spot in the World Cup semi-final round.

Social media platforms are buzzing with congratulatory messages, highlighting the team’s resilience and exceptional cricketing skills. Former and current players have commended the Boys in Green for their exemplary teamwork and tenacity on the field.


The future is bright. #PakistanZindabad

— Shadab Khan (@76Shadabkhan) February 3, 2024


Congratulations Pakistan Under 19 for Qualify Semi Final of Under 19 World Cup 2024 in South Africa
Ubaid 5/44 #PAKvsBAN

— Rashid Latif | 🇵🇰 (@iRashidLatif68) February 3, 2024


Well done #Paku19 team, played tremendously well. Ubaid Shah and Ali raza you bowled wonderfully today. Keep it up

— Junaid khan (@JunaidkhanREAL) February 3, 2024


Many congratulations to @TheRealPCB U19 team on reaching the semi final of the U19 Cricket World Cup and what a way to get there, defending a low total. Well done to all the bowlers, especially Ubaid Shah and Ali Raza. Good luck going forward.

— Iftikhar Ahmad (@IftiMania) February 3, 2024


Huge congratulations to our youngsters for reaching the Semis. May our 🇵🇰 flag flies higher and higher! Best wishes.#U19WorldCup2024

— Shaheen Shah Afridi (@iShaheenAfridi) February 3, 2024


Congratulations to our Under 19 boys, go make Pakistan proud 🇵🇰 💚

— Naseem Shah (@iNaseemShah) February 3, 2024


The boys have succeeded! What an impressive game it was, with Ubaid and Ali Raza delivering outstanding bowling performances, complemented by brilliant captaincy from @SaadSBaig24 🇵🇰👏#U19WorldCup

— Saim Ayub (@SaimAyub7) February 3, 2024


What a nerve racking game. Ubaid is such a tough character. Bowled through pain, came back after dropping a catch and got the most important wicket. Definitely one to watch

— Bazid Khan (@bazidkhan81) February 3, 2024


Pakistan will play against Australia in the second semi-final of the U19 World Cup 2024 on 8th February in Benoni.

It is worth noting that Pakistan’s U19 pace senation, Ubaid Shah is currently the second highest wicket-taker in the ongoing tournament by taking 17 wickets in 5 matches at an average of 10.52 and economy of 4.06. With the bat, opening batter Shahzaib Khan is currently the fourth highest run-scorer with 260 runs in five matches at an average of 65.00 and strike-rate of 69.51 which also includes one fifty and one century.

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