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Babar Azam
Date of birth: 15 October 1994 (25 years)
Nickname: The emperor, Bobby, Bobzy
Height: 1.81 m (5ft 11inch)
Batting: Right-handed
bowling: Right-arm off break
Role: Top order batsman
Relations: Kamran Akmal and Umer Akmal (Cousins)

International Information:
National side: Pakistan (2015-present)
Test debut: 13 october 2016 vs West Indies
ODI debut: 31 May 2015 vs Zimbabawe
Last ODI 2 october 2019 vs Srilanka
T20 debut: 7 september 2016 vs England
Last T20: 25 january 2020 vs Bangladesh
T20 Shirt no. 56

Domestic team informations:
Years                                    Team
2010-2013               Zarai Taraqiatai Bank Ltd
2012-2015               Islamabad Leopards
2016                      Islamabad United
2016                     Rangpur Riders
2017-present       Karachi Kings
2017                    Guyana Amazon Warriors
2017                    Syllet Sixers
2019-present      Somerset
2019-present      Central Punjab

Career Statistics
Competitions                              Tests                     ODi                   T20I
Matches                                         26                          74                      38
Runs scored                                 1850                        3359                  1471
Batting average                           45.12                        54.17                 50.72
100s/50s                                        5/13                          11/15                 0/13
Top score                                      143                             125*                97*
Catches                                          19                            36                    15

Bio of  Babar Azam

Babar Azam Bio Batsman Pakistan National Cricket team, Mohammad Babar Azam (born 15 October 1994) is a Pakistani cricket player who is the current captain of Pakistan National Cricket Team at T20 International and vice-captain in One Day International.

He captained the Pakistan U-19 cricket team in the 2012 ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup. He is the world's first batsman to jointly run the fastest 1000 ODI runs in ODIs, jointly the second fastest 2000 ODI runner-up. He has the record of scoring the highest score after 25 ODIs by any batsman in the world. He also has the record of scoring the highest runs in 3 ODIs.

Early career Of Babar Azam:

Babar Azam Bio Batsman Pakistan National Cricket team, In May 2015, Babar was included in the Pakistan ODI squad for the home series against Zimbabwe. He played his first match in the third ODI on May 31 and he scored 54 runs off 60 balls. His brilliant start earned him a place in both the Test and ODI squad for the series against Sri Lanka. He did not get a chance in the Test series but played ODI series and scored only 37 in two matches. Babar was included in the squad for the ODI series against Zimbabwe in September 2015 but was not given a chance to play in the series. Pakistan won the series 2-1.

In October, he was dropped from the Test team without playing. He was retained in the ODI squad for the home series against England. In the first ODI of the four-match series, he scored 62 out of 100 strike rate and Pakistan won the match. In the next three games he had scores of 4, 22 and 51 respectively. He finished the series with 139 runs at an average of 46.33.

In January 2016, Pakistan visited New Zealand. In the first ODI, Babar scored 62 off 76 balls. Pakistan lost the match by 70 runs. The second ODI was abandoned due to heavy rain. In the third ODI, he scored an impressive 83 off just 77 balls. Despite losing Pakistan matches and series, Babar was highly praised by cricket experts. He scored 145 runs in two innings at an average of 72.50 in the ODI series.

In a five-match ODI series against England in July, he batted in five matches and scored just 122 runs. In addition to the England series, Pakistan also played a two-match series against Ireland. Babar scored 29 in the first match and was dismissed for the second ODI. Pakistan won the series 1-0.

He made a Twenty20 international career against Pakistan on September 7 against England. He scored an unbeaten 15 off 11 balls. Pakistan won the match and the series.

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Babar Azam Bio Batsman Pakistan National Cricket team, Babar Azam was selected in the home series against the West Indies. He scored his first century in the first match of the ODI series, scoring 120 off 131 balls and winning the first man of the match award. In the second ODI, he continued his excellent form and made another century, this time faster than the previous one, scoring 123 off 126 balls. His century succeeded in setting Pakistan a total of more than 330.

Pakistan won the match and Babar received his second Man of the Match award. In the third and final ODI of the series, Azam scored his third consecutive century (117 out of 106). And he became the third batsman to score a century in three successive ODIs from Pakistan. He also broke the record for scoring the most runs (360) in three ODIs. He became the only batsman to score 350+ runs in the three-match ODI series.

He made his Test debut for Pakistan against the West Indies in Dubai on October 13, 2016 and scored 69 in his first innings. He was the first player to score fifty runs in the Test Debew by One Day / Night Test.

On January 19, 2017, in the third ODI against Australia, Prime Minister became the fastest player to score a thousand runs in ODIs and then proud of his compatriot, ahead of his national record and world record. In the 21st innings, he became the fastest record for Pakistan.

He finished the highest ODI series for Pakistan with 282 runs in 5 innings, including a century in 5 ODIs, which has been done by a Pakistani batsman in Australia since Zaheer Abbas in 1981. The second was Century. He also stepped into the top 10 batsmen rankings for the first time in ODIs.

After retiring from the captaincy of Azhar Ali after a humiliating defeat in a one-day series against Australia, Sarfraz Ahmed was replaced as the captain of the ODI team against the West Indies instead of Azhar Ali. Azam was appointed vice captain for the tour. He scored an unbeaten 125 in the second ODI of the three-match ODI series at Providence Stadium, Guyana. Batting first, Pakistan were struggling at one stage and the total was 183 for 5 wickets.

Babar Azam Bio Batsman Pakistan National Cricket team, Babar Azam established an unbeaten 99-run partnership with Emad Wasim, which helped Pakistan to a total of 282 runs in the competition. Meanwhile, Azam also broke the record for most runs in the match after the first 25 ODIs. In the end, Pakistan won the match easily. Azam won the Man of the Match award for winning the match. The first and third matches of this series had scores of 13 and 16 respectively. Pakistan won the ODI series 2-1.

In the Champions Trophy 2017, Azam scored 46 off 52 balls in the final match against India. Pakistan won the final match by 180 runs and won the Champions Trophy. It was the prime minister's first international tournament.

Following the successful Champions Trophy tour, the ICC sent the World XI team to Pakistan, where they played three T20 matches. Azam scored the most runs in this series, he scored 179 runs.

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