Babar Azam News: The father of Pakistani captain Babar Azam has made a shocking disclosure. Babar’s father Azam Siddiqui told on Saturday that when Babar Azam was playing in the T20 World Cup against India in Dubai last Sunday, his mother was on ventilator (life support system). The right-handed batsman then scored an unbeaten 68 against India while his mother was put on a ventilator after the operation.
Big thing told through social media
Babar’s father has posted a message on his Instagram account, which states that the Pakistan captain was in a very tense situation in all three World Cup matches. Azam Siddiqui wrote on Instagram, “It’s time for my country to know some truth. Congratulations to all of you on winning all the three matches. Our family was going through a big test, the day the match was against India. Babur’s mother was on ventilator that day.
Babar had scored fifty against Afghanistan
In the T20 World Cup, Pakistan scored a hat-trick of victory by performing brilliantly against Afghanistan. In this match played at Dubai International Stadium, Afghanistan scored 147 for six in 20 overs. In response, Pakistan chased down the target in 19 overs for the loss of five wickets. Captain Babar Azam scored the highest 51 runs for Pakistan. In the end, Asif Ali scored an unbeaten 25 runs in seven balls.
Unique record recorded in the name of Babur
Pakistan captain Babar Azam made another record in his name in the match against Afghanistan on Friday. He scored 51 runs in 45 balls in this match. During this, Babar broke the record of captain Virat Kohli, who completed the fastest 1000 runs as a captain in international T20 matches. Babar has achieved this position in just 26 innings, while it took 30 innings for the Indian captain to reach 1000 runs. South African captain Faf du Plessis (31), Australian captain Aaron Finch (32) and New Zealand’s Kane Williamson (36) are present in the top five.
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