Babar azam

babar azam

Is Babar Azam a good batsman?

A right-handed top-order batsman, Azam is widely regarded as one of the best contemporary batsmen in the world. He captains Karachi Kings in the PSL and captains Central Punjab in domestic cricket.

Who is Babar Azams younger brother?

^ Babar Azams younger brother Safeer Azam also begins pursuit of pro cricket career. Geo Super. 15 July 2020. Retrieved 3 December 2021. ^ Babar Azam replaces Azhar Ali as Pakistan Test captain.

Is Babar Azam number 1 in PCB 2021?

^ Pakistani fans celebrate Babar Azams becoming number 1, behind Virat Kohli! - Stuff Unknown. 7 April 2021. Retrieved 7 April 2021. ^ Rizwan, Babar, and Shaheen bag PCB Awards 2021. www.geo.tv. Retrieved 7 January 2022.

What is the story of Babar Azim?

Babar was an automatic selection in the ODI team. However he could score only 0, 10, 8, 3, 10 across 5 innings, scoring only 31 runs at an average of 6.2 as Pakistan were whitewashed 5–0, his worst series till date. But performed well in the T20I series and contributed in teams winning the series 2–1.

Is Babar Azam the greatest Pakistan batsman of all time?

His overall record at this point is way ahead of some of the greatest Pakistan batsmen of all time, and his numbers in a win prove that he is a match-winner for his side in ODI cricket. Azam is only 26 but has already carved his name as one of the special talents produced by Pakistan in ODI cricket.

Is Babar Azam left or right handed?

Mohammad Babar Azam ( Punjabi and Urdu: محمد بابر اعظم; born 15 October 1994) is a Pakistani international cricketer who captains Pakistan in all formats. A right-handed top-order batsman, Azam is widely regarded as one of the best contemporary batsmen in the world.

Is Babar Azam better than Saeed Anwar?

This ratio of Azam is more than twice as good as Saeed Anwar’s ratio of 12.2 innings per ODI hundred, the man who has the best innings per century rate among the top 5 run scorers for Pakistan in ODI cricket.

What is the average of Babar Azam in Test cricket?

Playing his first Asia Cup, he didnt have a good time of it, only managing to score 156 runs at an average of 31.20 in 5 matches. In November 2018, in the second Test against New Zealand, Azam scored his first century in Test cricket. In April 2019, he was named in Pakistans squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

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