Pakistan men's cricket team hit a new low as they were knocked out of the T20 World Cup 2024 even before they played their final group game. Babar Azam's men failed to qualify for the Super 8s after USA's Group A game against Ireland in Lauderhill, Florida was washed out due to rain and a wet outfield in Florida.

It was a major disappointment for Pakistan, who reached the final in 2022. In fact, the 2009 champions hold the record of reaching the most number of semifinals in men's T20 World Cup history.

Pakistan fans were desperately hoping for an Irish win on Friday as their hopes of sneaking through to the Super 8s rested heavily on it. However, a wet outfield led to a washout and USA

and Ireland shared a point each. With wins over Canada and Pakistan, USA made it to the Super 8s in a historic result with 5 points. Pakistan, who are set to play Ireland in Florida on Sunday, can get to a maximum of 4 points. India, who have 6 points in 3 games, were the first team to qualify for the next round from Group A.

Pakistan were shown the door as early as the group stage of the men's T20 World Cup for the first time since the 2014 edition. Pakistan stumbled in the group stage in 2014 after winning only two of their four matches in Group 2. However, Pakistan had performed commendably, beating Australia and Bangladesh in 2014. Their defeats to India and the West Indies knocked them out of the contest.
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