Babar Azam target, wants to win two World Cup titles for Pakistan in the next one and a half year

New Delhi, Online Desk. Babar Azam, the captain of the Pakistan cricket team, is at the peak of his career these days and is performing strongly in every format of cricket. Azam recently claimed that the kind of form he is in can help Pakistan win two World Cups in the next two years, after sweeping West Indies 3-0 in the three-match ODI series. . Babar Azam made a stellar record during the ODI series against West Indies and became the first batsman in the world to score a hat-trick of centuries in ODIs on two separate occasions.

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Babar Azam told how his father supported his passion for playing cricket when he was very young

The world’s number one batsman in white-ball cricket at the moment while talking to AFP said that if Pakistan’s team wins the next two World Cup titles, then only they will feel that they are worth scoring runs. There is no doubt that I I am enjoying my form. But with this form my main target is to win two World Cups for Pakistan in the next one. And a half year and if that happens then I will feel my runs are worth it. Azam told how his father supported his passion for playing cricket when he was very young.

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Azam said my goal was to play international cricket for Pakistan

Babar said that when I started playing cricket as a school kid. My goal was to play international cricket for Pakistan, to become the top batsman in the world. Which helped the team to win all the titles. I was crazy about cricket as a child and seeing that my passion was supported by my father. He said that as a captain, I want to take up the challenge. If I stay ahead then everyone will follow it and give my full support. And the same is true in batting. If I score runs, other batsmen will also try to score runs. There is always room for improvement and I want to improve my finishing and that is important as a captain.

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