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Born: October 15, 1994 (age 26 years), Lahore, Pakistan
ODI debut (cap 203): 31 May 2015 v Zimbabwe
Last ODI: 2 October 2019 v Sri Lanka
Test debut (cap 222): 13 October 2016 v West Indies
T20I debut (cap 70): 7 September 2016 v England
Last T20I: 1 September 2020 v England
BORN October 15, 1994
HEIGHT 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
ROLE Top order batsman, Right-arm off break Bowler, Right-handed Batsman
RELATION(S) Kamran Akmal (Cousin), Adnan Akmal (Cousin), Umar Akmal (Cousin)
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In ICC U-19 World Cup 2012, Babar Azam was elected as captain to lead Pakistan cricket team.
Babar Azam is first cousin of renowned Pakistan cricketers Umar Akmal and Kamran Akmal.
In May 2015, He made his first international debut in 3rd ODI alongside Zimbabwe at Lahore.
In 2015, all through the first ODI series against England at Abu Dhabi, Babar showed an outstanding example of fielding by a knockout from Moeen Ali’s bat at shorter midwicket.
He was anticipated to make his T20 debut by away of appearing in Asia Cup 2016 and WT20I 2016 though got injured and was substituted by Sharjeel Khan.
All through three ODI series against West Indies in UAE, Babar Azam emerged as third Pakistani batsman to hit three successive centuries after Saeed Anwar and Zaheer Abbas.
He mainly plays in all three formats for Pakistan National Cricket Team.
Babar Azam played as Right-handed batsman and Right-arm off break bowler.
He is popular Top Order Batsman. He was made his international cricket debut Test match against West Indies in 13 October 2016.
He is very talented and most popular batsman of Pakistan.
Babar Azam has played in many International & Domestic cricket match and gained popularity for his performance.
Babar Azam was born on 15 October 1994 into a Punjabi family.
He was born in the famous Walled City and recalls the memories of “playing cricket and roaming around like a free-bird in those streets.”
His cousins Kamran and Umar Akmal, who are older than him, were the reason he was attracted to cricket and their stories and success instilled inspiration into him.
Therefore, he decided to take cricket as his profession.
He had been a ball boy at Gaddafi Stadium prior to joining a cricket academy and starting his domestic cricket career there and was present during the home series Pakistan played between 2006 and 2008.
He sought guidance from Rana Sadiq, his first coach, who taught him in real terms, what batting is.
Later he went on to be a part of Pakistan U-19 setup.