Pak vs Eng: Babar Azam roared after scoring a stormy century, said – I will not allow him to come in the team

Pakistan captain Babar Azam ended his drought with an unbeaten 110 off 66 balls in the second T20I against England.

Babar Azam was battling poor form for some time now

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New Delhi. captain of pakistan Babar Azam He also ended his drought by scoring a century in the second T20 match against England. Babar, who has been in poor form for some time, created a ruckus in Karachi and played a stormy innings of 110 not out off 66 balls. After this century, he told the critics fiercely. In fact, in the bad times, the former Pakistan cricketers were criticizing their strike rate, to which Babar has now given the answer. After registering a big 10-wicket win over England, the Pakistani captain was asked questions on the criticism in the press conference.

There is criticism even when doing good

On which Babar said that the match was played according to the situation. Whatever is in our hands, should be done and what is not in our hands, neither listen to it nor even try to not come in the team. Babar said that critics are criticized even when they do well and critics keep waiting if they do not do well. He said that it was the effort of him and Mohammad Rizwan that how to play according to the situation. How to work on this planning and how to take it forward. Worked on this only. He said that planning is done by looking at the target that the team has got and gears are changed. Babar said that he takes criticism positive.

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Babar and Rizwan’s pair did amazing

Talking about the match, England, batting first, scored 199 runs for 5 wickets in the allotted over. In reply, Pakistan achieved the target 3 balls before without any loss. Captain Moeen Ali scored the highest 55 runs for England. While Ben Duckett scored 43 runs. Shahnawaz Dahani and Harris Rauf of Pakistan took 22 wickets. The captain of the Pakistan team came to chase the target Babar And Rizwan got the victory and with this the series of 7 matches has become equal to 11. Rizwan scored an unbeaten 88 off 51 balls, which included 5 fours and 4 sixes. At the same time, Babar hit 11 fours and 5 sixes in his stormy innings.