Hungry to make a name for himself, Wahab Riaz wants Pakistan batsman appreciated for it

Wahab Riaz said Pakistan captain Babar Azam is hungry to make a name for himself in international cricket

Wahab Riaz: “As a captain, his leadership skills showcase his calibre, hunger, and determination to perform for Pakistan and make a name for himself. He deserves appreciation for his efforts and determination to make his name big in the world of cricket”

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Wahab Riaz, the veteran left-arm seamer, said Babar Azam’s leadership skills as captain showcase how hungry and determined he is to make a name for himself in international cricket.

Along with his captaincy, Azam has been performing consistently with the bat and is known to be one of Pakistan’s go-to match-winners in all three formats.

The 28-year-old from Lahore recently scored 276 runs in five ODIs against New Zealand, which included a century and two fifties, at an average of 55.20.

“As a captain, his leadership skills showcase his calibre, hunger, and determination to perform for Pakistan and make a name for himself. He deserves appreciation for his efforts and determination to make his name big in the world of cricket,” Wahab was quoted as saying by¬†Cricket Pakistan.

Azam’s most recent assignment was Pakistan’s two-Test series against Sri Lanka, where he scored 76 runs at an average of 25.33.

Despite not being in the best of form, his side still triumphed 2-0.

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