Pak vs Eng: Babar Azam sends message to his faultfinders
- Babar Azam says he has no words to speak about his critics.
- Says he doesn’t mind things beyond his control.
- Babar scored a century, guiding the team to confidence in the second T20I on Thursday.
Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam said that he has nothing to say about his critics. He said that he does not think about things that are beyond his control.
The 27-year-old batsman said in a press conference after the win, “Whether we perform well or poorly, fault finders always find something wrong. They wait to hit us regardless of our performance. do.” Second T20 International on Thursday.
Babar and Mohammad Rizwan were the openers An unbeaten partnership of 203 runsPakistan won the second match by ten wickets and leveled the series of seven T20 matches at one apiece. The captain scored 110 runs Not out for his second T20I century while the wicketkeeper-batsman scored an unbeaten 88 as the pair completed the 200-run chase in 19.3 overs at a packed National Stadium.
Appreciating the team’s performance in Thursday’s match, Babar said the Green Shirts had scored goals before. “Me and Rizwan Played according to plan. Keeping in view the situation and the goal, we made a plan. We played positive cricket.
The captain said that we had only one goal that Pakistan would win the match. “There is a positive relationship between me and Rizwan as it is important for team members to support each other.”
He claimed that Hasnain was given an opportunity to replace Naseem Shah to assess the strength of the bench. He added that it is very important to do this as the T20 World Cup is fast approaching.
According to Babar Azam, conditions in Karachi are favorable for spin bowling. He said that the wicket looked dry and Pakistan also dropped some catches.
Pakistan won the second T20I.
Captain Babar Azam’s unbeaten century helped Pakistan beat England by 10 wickets on Thursday to register their first win in the second match of the historic seven-match Twenty20 series.
With 1,929 runs together, the Babar-Rizwan partnership has become the most prolific in T20Is, breaking the record of 1,743 runs in 51 matches held by Indian stars Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma.
Babar and Rizwan achieved this record in just 36 matches.
The win leveled the seven-match series at 1-1 after England won the first match by six wickets in Karachi on Tuesday.
Babar, who scored just 68 runs in six matches in the Asia Cup earlier this month, hit five sixes and 11 fours off 66 balls, while Rizwan hit four sixes and five fours in his 51-ball innings.
Babar’s century came off 62 balls, adding to his 122 against South Africa in Centurion last year.
The pair reached 100 in just 11.2 overs – their seventh century standing together in T20I cricket.
Rizwan was dropped by Alex Hales for 23 off Liam Dawson, he completed his half-century in 30 balls while Babar took 39 balls for his half-century.
It was Pakistan’s second 10-wicket win in the format after their first win against India in last year’s T20 World Cup.
The pair also improved on their opening stand of 197 against South Africa last year.
Earlier, England’s stand-in captain Moeen Ali scored a blistering half-century to take his team to 199-5 after winning the toss and batting first.
Moeen hit four sixes and as many fours in his unbeaten 55 off 23 balls.
Ben Duckett (43), Harry Brook (31) and Hales (30) also contributed as England scored 119 in the last 10 overs.
Moeen hit two huge sixes on the last two balls of fast bowler Mohammad Hasnain’s innings.
Fast bowlers Haris Rauf (2-30) and Shahnawaz Durmani (2-37) were among Pakistan’s bowlers.
This is England’s first visit to Pakistan in 17 years. The next matches will be played on Friday and Sunday in Karachi.