Believe in the ball
It must have been a proud moment for a country like Pakistan to have created the most important object used in an international tournament like the FIFA World Cup. The Brazuca is Pakistan’s key to re-establishing its position in the industry of sports goods and to regaining its foothold in the craft of hand-stitched footballs. While the FIFA World Cup was underway, I read many comments, some of them quite humorous, about the quality of Brazuca. People were afraid that it might rupture during a match, destroying Pakistan’s reputation.
It’s surprising that a large number Pakistanis didn’t realize that the ball had actually undergone vigorous tests by some of the top footballers in the world. Also, Adidas ensured strict quality control before the ball was approved for the world event. My fellow Pakistanis should have a little faith in this million-dollar globally recognized industry and refrain from posting comments on social media that undermine our country’s name.