Quetta’s Azam Khan Loses Five Kilograms In Ten Days

Quetta’s Azam Khan Loses Five Kilograms In Ten Days

Azam Khan, a young batsman In ten days, the son of former cricket legend Moin Khan has lost five kilogrammes.

According to sources, Azam Khan was a member of the Quetta Gladiators of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), and he was often chastised for being overweight.

Azam, who is regarded as a hard hitter, said he is currently improving his fitness at the National High-Performance Center (NHPC) in Lahore.

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He went on to say that,

My health will improve if I work hard, and I will be able to perform well,” Azam said. “It is impossible to predict more by working less. I would do better if I work harder,”

“I want to play domestic cricket to earn a place in the national team.”

He went on to say that,

“I have the ability to practise under legends’ supervision,” Azam said. “As I focus on my health, this is extremely beneficial to me. I was given a diet plan to follow, and in ten days, I lost five kilogrammes. Right now, I need to improve my fitness and get it up to the Pakistani team’s standards.”

Earlier, during Galle Gladiators’ match against Kandy Tuskers in the Lanka Premier League (LPL) on Thursday, Azam Khan tried to inspire South African fast bowler Dale Steyn on the field with his love for fishing.

When Azam came to bat, he tried a little “fishing chat” with the South African legend. “Sir, you know I, too, am a fisherman,” Azam said from behind the stumps.

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Steyn replied with a resounding, “Really?”

The two players tried to argue, but the stump mic made it impossible to hear them, while the commentators laughed in the background.

The South African pacer is well-known for his fishing proclivity. He also describes himself as a “fishing enthusiast,” which he also mentions in his Instagram bio.

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