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Babar Azam has revealed that he is thankful for the fact that in just 12 years, he went from watching cricket at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore to becoming Pakistan’s Twenty20 captain.
Azam replaced Sarfaraz Ahmed as captain and his first assignment will be a three-match Twenty20 series against Australia from November 3 to 8.
With Pakistan looking to bounce back from a 3-0 loss to Sri Lanka in Lahore, Azam vowed that his side will give it their all against Australia.
“I came to watch a match here at the Gaddafi Stadium 12 years ago. Now I am the captaining the national side. We will try to perform well. I have captained in the domestic and junior level,” Babar was quoted as saying by cricketpakistan.com.pk.