Azam Khan: Quetta Gladiators wicketkeeper-batsman Azam Khan has revealed his admiration for the batting abilities of Pakistan. T20I captain Babar Azam because he believes his”role-model”. The 21-year-old has said that he attempts to see Babar play as far as he could and switches off the tv. When the latter gets outside. Babar has scored two fifties for Karachi Kings from the continuing Pakistan Super League (PSL). And the two of those dozens from the 70s have come against past two occasions’ finalists Peshawar Zalmi.
Azam, son of former Pakistan captain and wicketkeeper Moin Khan (the present trainer of the Gladiators). Himself has also scored two or three good knocks in seven states in PSL 2020 with a few of these becoming transformed to a fifty (against Islamabad United). Gladiators, the defending champions, have won three matches out of six thus much and are put at No.4 at the points table.
In the match involving the Gladiators and Kings at Karachi on February 23, Azam scored over his role model since he created 46 as against the latter’s 26. He was adjudged the man of the game because of his 30-ball knock which gave the Gladiators a five-wicket win. Both sides will meet again in Karachi on March 15 in what’s going to be the last league match prior to the play-offs.
“Babar Azam is my role model in cricket should you speak about Pakistan cricketers. Whenever I get the chance or I am watching him on tv, I guarantee I do not miss Babar Azam’s batting. Additionally, when he gets outside, I turn off the tv,” Azam Khan informed Cricket Pakistan.
Azam Khan trying to signify Pakistan one day
The kid, who said he’s focusing on his batting compared to maintaining, expected to signify Pakistan. On the global stage and together with the advice of his former cricketer dad. Azam is working on his fitness and form to achieve his objective.
Azam produced his List-A introduction in 2018 and at T20s. The year-earlier has played only 15 games so much with just one fifty.
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