Babar Azam ‘not satisfied’ with his current performance

Former Pakistan captain Babar Azam said in an interview that he is not satisfied with the position he is in today and he has many more milestones to achieve.

The 29-year-old is representing Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) and has scored 157 runs in four innings at an average of 52.33 and a strike rate of 112.94.

Babar Azam recently gave an interview in which he said that he is not satisfied with where he is at the moment and wants to improve.

“I am not satisfied with where I am now, and there are more milestones to achieve. When I fail, I talk to many people and learn from my mistakes,” Azam said.

I try to adapt my game to the conditions everywhere. Babar Azam

He then spoke about the quality of spin bowling in the BPL, saying that he tries his best to adapt to the conditions wherever he plays.

“In the BPL, quality spinners become a challenge, and I try to adapt my game to the conditions everywhere. I have come here from New Zealand, and the conditions are different between the two,” Azam said. said

“I try to stay on the wicket and play for partnerships. Youngblood is a good thing in T20 cricket, but it needs experience.

Babar Azam then said that as an experienced player, he knows how to handle pressure. He additionally mentioned how he has mastered playing cover drives.

The solution is to put together both leap and money,” Azam delivered. “My cover drive is my strength; gambling that shot boosts my self-assurance.

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