Babar Azam’s father answers to Mohammad Asif’s disparaging remarks about his son.

Babar Azam’s father answers to Mohammad Asif’s disparaging remarks about his son. Mohammad Asif believed he might bowl a maiden over against Babar Azam.

Azam Siddiqui, the father of Pakistan captain Babar Azam. Respond to a statement made by veteran Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif. State that he can still deliver a maiden over to Babar Azam today. The former Pakistan spinner even justified his statement. Claiming that the Pakistan Star cannot strike the ball if decent deliveries are bowl at him.

Asif remark elicited a response from Babar’s father

Revealed that his son had played a maiden over against Asif during his U16 days out of respect because the Pakistan seamer had begged the management to select him during ZTBL trials after seeing him play previously. He also encouraged the fans not to go crazy with their support for Asif and to refrain from verbally attacking him.

“I chose Babar Azam in the trials after he faced only two balls; you can ask his father why I chose Babar in the ZTBL trials.” He is also one of the top batters in the country, and he plays dots on the power play, putting pressure on Rizwan. In T20 cricket, I can throw a maiden over to Babar Azam and he cannot smash the ball if you bowl nice deliveries to him,” Asif had also stated in an X space.

Notably, Mohammad Asif played 23 Tests, 38 ODIs, and 11 T20Is for Pakistan, taking 165 wickets across all three formats. The right-arm seamer regarded as one of the most deadly bowlers in cricket history. His skill wasted, and his career cut short after his involvement in the spot-fixing controversy during Pakistan’s tour of England in 2010.

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Pakistan will play New Zealand and Australia in World Cup warm-up games in 2023

Meanwhile, Pakistan will compete in the World Cup 2023. Which held in India beginning on October 5. The Babar-Azam-led team will begin their campaign with warm-up games against New Zealand on September 29 and Australia on September 3. Following that, they will begin their league schedule on October 6 in Hyderabad against the Netherlands.

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