Mohammad Babar Azam is a Pakistani international cricketer. A top right-handed player, Azam is widely recognized as one of the best contemporary rackets in the world. In April 2021 it reached number 1 in the ICC ODI batting rankings.
|Real name||Mohammad Babar Azam|
|Known name||Mohammad Babar Azam|
|Date of birth||15 October 1994|
|Birthplace||Lahore, Panjab, Pakistan|
|Hometown||Lahore, Panjab, Pakistan|
|Age||27 years as of 2021|
|Boyfriend / Affairs||N/A|
|Food Habit||Non- Vegetarian|
Education and Family : –
|School Name||The Lords International School System|
|College/University Name||University of Punjab|
|Father Name||Azam Siddique|
|Mother Name||Not Known|
|Spouse Name||Not Known|
|Brother’s Name||Safeer Azam|
|Sister’s Name||Not Known|
|Children’s Name||Not Known|
International Career –
In May 2015, Babar was added to Pakistan’s ODI squad for the home series against Zimbabwe. He made his ODI debut in the third ODI on May 31, scoring an impressive fifty with 54 60-ball runs. Babar Azam was selected for a series against Sri Lanka. During the ODI series, he only scored 37 points in the two games he played. He was kept in the ODI squad for the home series against England.
In addition to the English series, Pakistan played an ODI series with two games against Ireland. In addition to the English series, Pakistan played a two-game ODI series against Ireland. In the first ODI of the series, Pakistan beat Ireland by 255 races and set a record for its biggest race win in an ODI. Babar contributed 29 points to his team’s victory. With the abandonment of the second and final ODI due to rain, Pakistan won the series.
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Babar Azam was selected in the local series against the West Indies in 2016. In the first ODI series, he scored a century in an international match and won the Man of the Series award. He got a chance to play in the second ODI and he scored a century in which the Pakistan team scored a huge run. In the third and final ODI of the series, Azam scored a third-century d ‘in a row. He also entered the ODI Top 10 hits for the first time. He scored 125 unbeaten in the second ODI of the three-game ODI series at Providence Stadium, Guyana. Azam and Imad Wasim formed an unbeaten 99-point partnership that helped Pakistan score a total of 282 points. After an examination of X-rays, it was confirmed that Azam tenía una fractura de left.
Wrist with a broken forearm. After fully recovering from his injury, he returned to the squad for an ODI series of five games against Zimbabwe in July. He performed well, managing to get 184 points averaging 184 points over 4 innings, including 76 balls, 106 points in the ODI series finals.
Cricket World Cup 2019 :-
In April 2019, he became a member of the Pakistani squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
In the game against New Zealand, Azam became Pakistan’s fastest inning hitter to score 3,000 runs in ODI. With that century he also became Pakistan’s first midfielder, reaching a century in a World Cup game in 32 years. In the game against Bangladesh, Babar broke Javed Miandad’s record for the most points by a Pakistani batsman in a single world championship.
National and Franchise Cricket –
Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and T20 National Cup :-
Babar first played national cricket for the Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited cricket team and as an aspiring player for the Islamabad Leopards. Babar was named captain of the brand new Central Punjab. His team won the trophy after beating the North in the final. In his team’s first game, he scored a century and became the first Pakistani cricketer to score three centuries and over 1,500 points in Twenty20 cricket in a calendar year.
He was selected by Central Punjab for the 2020-21 national season, both as a player and as a team captain. In the game against Balochistan, he became the fastest hitter in innings (27) and recorded 1,000 points in the history of the T20 National Cup. He became the fastest batsman in terms of innings, scoring 7,000 points in T20 cricket.
Pakistani Super League :-
Babar represented Islamabad United in the opening season of the Pakistan Super League. He joined the Karachi Kings prior to the 2017 PSL draft. He did well in the 2017 season, scoring 291 points with a batting average of 32.33 points per set and finishing the tournament as the second-best scorer behind his cousin Kamran Akmal. He was taken over by the Kings for the 2018 season and was the third goalscorer of his career at five and a half centuries. He was retaken before the 2019 Pakistani Super League and was named vice-captain of the franchise ahead of the 2020 season. He was the top scorer in the Pakistani Super League. He scored an average of 473 points. He led his team to the final victory of the PSL.
In qualifying and in the final, he won the man of the game. He was also the player of the tournament of the 2020.
Other Leagues :-
In 2016, he was hired from the Rangpur Riders franchise of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) (later renamed Rangpur Rangers) but was unable to attend due to domestic commitments. Somerset signed the Babar Blast County cricket competition. The Century vs. Glamorgan was also the first hit by a battler in a T20 game in Sophia Gardens. He finished the season with 218 points in 7 games, averaging 36.33.
Making it the second-highest point for the team. However, Somerset did not reach the quarterfinals.
Babar Azam Favorites :-
|Favorite Food||Biryani, Barbeque|
|Favorite Actress||Bipasa Basu, Karena Kapoor|
|Favorite Actor||Amir Khan, Salman Khan|
|Favorite Hobbies||Traveling, Cricket|
|Favorite Singer||A.R. Rahman|
|Favorite Cricketer||Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Akhter|
|Favorite Car Collection||Land Cruiser, Audi, Honda Civic|
Net Worth, House & Cars :-
|Annual Salary/Income||Rs. 65.72 Lakhs (approx)|
|House Address||Not Known|
|Net Worth INR||Rs.31.5 core (approx)|
Figure, Height, and Weight: –
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Height feet||5 feet 11 inches (approx)|
|Meters||1.80 m (approx)|
|Centimeter||180 cm (approx)|
|Weight||67 Kg (approx)|
Contact Details :-
|Social Media Accounts||Facebook, Twitter & Instagram|