Lahore: The good news for cricket fans is that national team captain Babar Azam has started net practice, at the same time he has also expressed his intentions.

According to the details, the famous batsman of Karachi Kings and the captain of the national team Babar Azam managed to get rid of the thumb pain. Today he trained at the National High-Performance Center.

Talking to the media after the training, Babar Azam said that he has been practicing for two days now and there is no pain in his thumb. Three weeks out of the team due to injury were difficult and painful for me, the team needed me but the injury is part of the game.

The captain of the national cricket team, while announcing the domineering, said that he will be seen in action in the series against South Africa. I am excited that the South African team is coming to Pakistan after such a long time. He expressed that due to Karuna, even if he is not on the field, the spectators will support him in their homes.

The captain of the national team admitted that the performance of fast bowler Mohammad Amir was not the same as before. If the performance of Mohammad Amir improves, the selectors will definitely see.

Regarding the defeat against the Kiwis, Babar Azam said that despite the poor performance in a series, the players should back down, sit down with the selection committee and discuss the combination, to make a better team, the players have to be given a consistent opportunity.

About Mohammad Hafeez, the captain of the national cricket team said that Mohammad Hafeez is a senior player, he is playing exceptionally well, the young players will benefit as much as they play internationally, there is a lot of talent in our country, I like Abdullah Shafiq.

The captain of the national team also confirmed the statement of head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and said that quarantine days in New Zealand were difficult and there are side effects. Faheem Ashraf improved in New Zealand while Naseem Shah had difficulty. Not everyone performs in every series, I don’t care about bowling, I trust the bowlers.

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