In a humiliating whitewash on home soil on Tuesday, Pakistan reached an all-time low when they fell by eight wickets in Karachi, a first for the squad. Pakistan lost four straight games for the first time in Test cricket during this period. Babar Azam received a lot of criticism for serving as the series’ captain and for being chosen for the playing XI, but he replied angrily to the criticism.

The visitors just needed 55 runs to win the game on Tuesday, the fourth day of the third Test against England. Ben Stokes struck a half-century, and Ben Duckett scored the winning run with a boundary as England completed the chase in only 67 balls without losing a wicket.

“Yes, since we weren’t motivated, it was incredibly frustrating for us and even for me as a captain. But we should be praising the way England played. Our top fast bowlers weren’t in good enough shape, which was another bad circumstance. There were a few debutants who played well but didn’t execute effectively, according to Babar, who spoke at the news conference after the defeat.

The second thing you raised, there is no such pressure, he said when questioned about the criticism of his Test leadership. I like that. And it has no impact whatsoever on how I bat. It’s been a privilege. I always strive to do my best for the nation. Pakistan arrives first, followed by the remainder, in the proverb “Pehle Pakistan, baki sab cheezein baadme.”

Pakistan dropped to sixth place in the World Test Championship points table as a result of the loss. With Pakistan having five Tests line-up at home at the start of this month, two of which will be played against New Zealand, the Babar-led side had the chance to make the WTC final. However, their devastating series loss has disqualified them from the competition.