Pakistan captain Babar Azam is widely acknowledged as one of the finest batsmen in contemporary cricket. He has hit the pinnacle of success that too very quickly. Rightly so, he established himself as one of the best batsmen in the world.
He will be looking forward to making his presence count in the upcoming T20 World Cup 2021. The all-important ICC event will be played in the UAE and Oman respectively. The tournament starts on October 17 and will end on November 14.
Pakistan captain Babar Azam will begin their journey against their arch-rivals India on October 24 in Dubai. Case in point, Babar Azam is someone who stays calm and composed while batting. We don’t often see him losing his cool but there occurred an incident when Babar Azam lost his temperament.
The incident took place during the ongoing National T20 in Pakistan where he could be seen hitting his bat on the pitch. Pakistan captain was seen playing against Northern Pakistan.
Babar Azam hits the pitch out of anger
During the game, he struggled to middle the balls properly against Imad Wasim. As it happened, he went on to hammer his bat on the pitch but it wasn’t long before he got into the groove. The 26-year-old went on to hit a sensational century. He gave his fans and followers a candid time watching his exquisite batting.
Here’s the video:
However, his candid knock went in vain because he couldn’t steer his team to a victory. Babar’s current form is an amazing sign for the Pakistan cricket team ahead of the T20 World Cup. The incident took place during the third over of the game while he attempted to flick a ball but couldn’t middle it properly.
It is worth mentioning here that Babar Azam is the top run-getter in the ongoing Pakistan National T20 Cup. He smashed an unbeaten 105* off just 63 deliveries including 11 fours and three sixes.
The Azam-led team posted 200 runs on the board but couldn’t take the game in their favour. Haider Ali sensationally attacked from the opposite end. Ali scored 91 runs off 53 in the run-chase and helped the team go past the finishing line.