Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan, is focused on performing well at the ICC World Cup in India this year.
Babar Azam, who is now Peshawar Zalmi’s captain in the eighth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), is motivated to win the major competition. He told Geo News exclusively on Thursday, “We are focusing on the World Cup in India and will aim to put on a good display during the tournament.
“Because Mohammad Rizwan and I have a fantastic combination at the top, I’ll aim to score runs with him. Having said that, it is crucial to remember that not every inning can result in a run, which is why the team cannot rely on just one or two individuals.
But there are other team members who are anxious to contribute to the team’s victory on the field. Azam also dismissed criticism of his leadership abilities and batting approach.
“Criticism will continue because it is not possible that everyone will speak in your favor. I always try to stay positive since it improves my level of confidence,” he said.
He was also pleased with Zalmi’s development in PSL 8, where they are now ranked fourth in the standings with six points from six games.
“With Peshawar Zalmi, the journey has been positive thus far. We were unable to succeed in several of the games because of blunders we made. But we’ll work harder in the following games, he promised.
On March 19, the final and closing ceremony will take place in Lahore, which will also serve as the site of the playoffs.
In addition to receiving the Supernova Trophy, the victor will also receive a check for Rs120 million, while the losers will each receive a check for Rs48 million.
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