Babar Azam Declared Pakistan’s Win Against South Africa is Essential


Pakistan captain Babar Azam said that after a hard overseas season Pakistan win their first test match against South Africa. In the two test series in Karachi Pakistan defeat South Africa for seven wickets.

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Babar Azam Declared Pakistan’s Win Against South Africa is Essential
Babar Azam Declared Pakistan’s Win Against South Africa is Essential

Before the victory against South Africa, Pakistan lost the previous match to New Zealand. In the first test match Pakistan lost to New Zealand by 101 runs and later in the second test Pakistan got defeated by the innings.

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After the victory against South Africa Babar Azam said that, “Our last match with New Zealand is not a successful one but this win is very required for the team. South Africa was a leading test team and was under home conditions. The fast bowlers, fielders, spinners and batsman have a great contribution in this win”.

The supporting staffs, Head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis were questioned because of the poor match result against New Zealand. The Pakistan captain missed the match due to thumb injury. Before initiating the first test match in Karachi, Babar reports that Misbah and Waqar don’t regret about that.

“There are many wrong facts roamed here and there and it seems like they (Misbah and Waqar) always stay in the dressing room, really they didn’t feel before the start of the test match. Good results will require some time and you must accept that the match won’t goes like what you think. The important thing is that from failures we have to learn the lessons and get back from it” , Said Azam.

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He also added that, “We used to ask the players to stay bold, after the first innings I don’t want them to put pressure and think what will happen. Everyone will do mistakes no one is perfect and this is what I and Misbah trying to explain the players. Players must trust themselves and play the game with confidence”.