Will get back to cricket after Ramazan: Babar


After a successful tour of Australia to Pakistan, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam said that he will spend time with his family now that the series is over.

Babar said that he will get back in the game after Ramadan as he will be focusing on his family and praying during the holy month. Speaking at an online press conference, the star player thanked the Australian team for visiting Paki-stan.

“Every time I spoke to the Aussie players, they said that they are enjoying cricket in Pakistan,” said Babar. Talking about the series, Babar said that there have been ups and downs. He said that there are good players in the middle order who will be given opportunities, adding that there is still time in the World Cup and assured that Pakistan will make a good combination.

The 27-year-old skipper said that he decides what’s best for the team. Talking about the T20 match against Australia, in which Pakistan faced defeat, Babar said the team gave a little score to the opponents in the T20 match and we should have maintained the momentum in yesterday’s match. “We need to improve our fielding and take ad-vantage of the opportunities provided to us,” he added.

During the presser, Babar also talked about fast bowler Hasan Ali, saying “he is having a bad time”. He went on to say that the team is trying to make a comeback for Hasan and will continue to do so as “he has won the team a lot of matches.” He assured everyone that the team will improve and come back stronger.—APP


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