Teams understand that the aim isn't to win more games than anyone else, it's to win the ones that matter. Every match does NOT matter equally. You might wish that they did, but this isn't the case, and by demeaning Pakistan's achievements based on this incorrect assumption you're coming across as rather bitter (whether you actually are or not, I don't know).
If you are to take your arguments to their reasonable conclusion, you would have to say that the only fair tournament is a round robin where all teams play each other once and the team with the most wins takes the trophy. But that's not what you want from a tournament that, given the accessibility of T20, should really be attracting more fans to cricket than any other. So tournament structure is a trade-off, something that is won by the best team often enough to ensure its credibility but not so often as to make it boring. And personally, I think they've found a good balance.
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Ah, The format is fine. Sir Alex, shut up ffs, It's obvious you are bitter that your team didn't go through.
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Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
HAHAHAHA................I bet someone from CW made it up...
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England are by far "the most fluke team" as they lost to W.I. and basically Ireland, two of the poorer sides in it.
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