Shadab Khan, Pakistan’s vice-captain, has voiced entire trust in Babar Azam’s leadership ahead of the Men in Green’s last practise assignment before a big ICC event—the T20 World Cup 2022.
Shadab mentioned how players were keen to reward their captain in upcoming games in a commentary provided on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) website.
My previous post highlighted the leadership of Babar Azam. This man is incredible; the more we play, the more I get to know him and adore him!
It’s incredible how this 27-year-old, who has just lately assumed leadership, has handled relentless pressure and often unfair criticism while ensuring his own performance doesn’t suffer. He has consistently and unwaveringly backed his players.
This is the mark of a leader; it’s how you win the respect of your colleagues and how you create your team, he concluded.
According to Shadab, Babar has thrown his whole support behind each and every member of his team, and it is now up to the group to deliver.
We must show Babar why he should have faith in our talents, credentials, and capacities. If we want to make our captain happy and able to stand tall, we must transfer our potential into performances.
The skipper, according to the vice-captain, is giving the group everything they need to build a name for themselves and establish their authority on a worldwide stage. We must now rise to the occasion, it’s that easy.
I wholeheartedly back Babar and am certain that we will be successful in New Zealand and Australia. All of the pieces will be in place after we put on a few concerts to boost morale and confidence He wrote the music.
The Pakistani team is currently in New Zealand for a tri-nation series against Bangladesh and the hosts.
The Green Shirts will meet Bangladesh in the opening game of the tri-nation series on October 7.