Azam Khan: “I always say, he is the biggest critic of me and I think this is why I am here today”
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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Azam Khan said his father – former captain Moin Khan – is his biggest critic.
Azam’s comments come after he has been turning heads with a number of strong performances in domestic cricket.
In the Pakistan Cup, the 22-year-old accumulated 186 runs in seven games for Sindh, which included a top score of 69, at an average of 46.50 and a strike-rate of 124.83.
As for the Pakistan Super League (PSL), he scored 98 runs in five matches for the Quetta Gladiators at an average of 19.60 and a strike-rate of 144.11.
“[A] father has a very important role in your life. He [Moin] has always taught me about this game as he has 15-20 years of cricket experience. I always say, he is the biggest critic of me and I think this is why I am here today,” Azam was quoted as saying by Ary Sports.