Babar Azam

Series against England is huge, no personal attacks: Babar Azam

Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam has said that ‘the series against England is very big and the players are very excited.’
Before the series against England, Babar Azam said in a news conference at the National Stadium Karachi on Monday, “This is a big and important series before the World Cup. The English team has come after a long time, for which the players are very excited.”

Babar Azam added, ‘Our opening partnership has been quite successful for the last two years, but there are different conditions and you have to plan according to the opposition, so the whole game cannot be changed.’
During the news conference, when the journalist asked Babar Azam about his bad performance in the Asia Cup, he said that ‘it was not that he did not perform under the tension of the poor performance of the middle order.’

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“I was happy that the middle order has performed and won the matches, we try to give 100 per cent performance.”
“He doesn’t want to think too much, there will be talk, but the less you listen, the better,” Babar Azam said about coming out of bad form.
During the news conference, Babar Azam said on the statement of former cricketer Aqib Javed that ‘everyone has his own point of view, everyone has his own stand, we don’t listen to them, we don’t bring in outside things, personal attacks. Should not be.
On the absence of fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi in the series against England, Babar Azam said, ‘The wicket is new, I think it will be a good wicket, especially Shaheen will be missed.’
Shaheen Afridi was also missed in the Asia Cup, Shaheen Shah will start bowling in the first week of October, after which we are hopeful that he will come to the T20 World Cup.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had asked to dedicate the proceeds of the first match of the series to the welfare of the flood victims, to which Babar Azam said, ‘The fees of the players for the first match of the Asia Cup and against England. Proceeds from ticket sales for the first match of the series will be donated to charity.

Farhad Safi
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