"Prime goal is" - Babar Azam reveals his prime goals as captain of Pakistan team


Babar Azam, Pakistan's captain, is undoubtedly one of the most prolific run scorers in global cricket right now. Azam just set a new milestone by being the first batter in ODI history to score a hat-trick of hundreds on two separate occasions.

Babar Azam led Pakistan to the ICC World Cup Twenty 2021 semi-finals, where the team was defeated by Australia. The 27-year-old believes his current form will help Pakistan win two World Cups in the next two years. The right-handed batter stated that it had been his desire since he was a child to play for his country and help them win all of their championships.

Babar Azam told India today, Without a doubt, I am pleased with my performance. But, given my current form, my main ambition is to help Pakistan win two World Cups in the next one-and-a-half years, and if that happens, I'll feel like my runs are like gold.

Babar Azam also said that his father backed him after seeing his passion towards cricket and that helped him a lot in many ways. He also said,  When I first began playing cricket as a youngster, my goal was to play international cricket for Pakistan and to become the world's best batter in a way that would assist my team win all of the major tournaments. 

The reintroduction of international cricket to Pakistan, which had been stopped following terrorist attacks on the Sri Lankan squad in 2009, coincided with Azam's baptism at the international level against Zimbabwe in 2015. Azam enjoys performing in front of Pakistan's adoring fans.

Now Pakistan Cricket team has become one of the favorites to win all competition in the world. They will face team India in T20 WC later this year at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Both teams will look to win the World Cup in Australia.

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