Babar Azam, Pakistan’s captain, has stated his goal to win all ICC titles for his country, stating that while he is pleased with his current form, it would only be useful if he leads Pakistan to world Cup victories in the future year.
“I am enjoying my form, but my main ambition with this form is to win two World Cups for Pakistan in the next one and a half years, and if that happens, my runs will be worth gold.”
2019 saw Babar take over as team captain, and he is leading them to new heights. Pakistan won an ODI series against Australia, got to the T20 World Cup semi-final, and for the first time since 2007, overtook India in the ICC ODI rankings.
The 27-year-old further claimed that representing Pakistan in international cricket and helping his team win all of the trophies was a boyhood dream of his.
“When I first started playing cricket as a youngster, my goal was to play international cricket for Pakistan, to become the world’s best batsman, and to assist my side win all of the championships.”
“I want to take the challenge because I am at the front,” he stated in response to a question about the difficulties he encounters as captain. With regard to run-scoring, my team will only follow me if I am in the lead.
The No. 1 ODI batter claimed that if he performs well, the other players will attempt to perform well as well. As a captain, he stated that he is constantly working to improve his finishing skills.
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