Babar Azam eager to score a century in the T20 series against England
Only two batsmen have averaged more than 50 in the International Twenty20. Pakistan’s star batsman Babar Azam has an average of 50.62 against Virat Kohli’s 50.60! Thus, the limited-overs captain of Pakistan scored in all three formats. However, his bat speaks a little too much about the colourful dress. Babar Azam eager to score a century in the T20 series against England, though he has no familiar rhythm in the just-concluded Test series.
The three-match T20 series will be played at Old Trafford in Manchester from tomorrow (August 26). Speaking to reporters on the eve of the match, the Pakistani captain said he was disappointed with his performance in the Test series. But have analyzed your own mistakes and will try to correct them in the upcoming matches.
“It’s frustrating that I didn’t get off to a good start in the Test series,” said Babar, 25. But I am learning from my mistakes. I have analyzed these mistakes to do better in the upcoming series.
‘I always try to play as well as I can. One of my goals is to score a century in the International Twenty20, in fact, I want to do it in this series.
Babar Azam has hit 13 fifties in his 36-match T20 career. In 2016, he almost scored a century against the West Indies. However, as the scheduled over was over, they had to remain unbeaten on 97 off 13 balls with 1 six off 56 balls.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan captain is also optimistic about batsman Haider Ali, who is awaiting his debut in the national team after taking a look at the Youth World Cup. Babar Azam said, ‘He is a very talented and great player. I’m trying to get him to join the team. He did very well in the net and in the practice match.