Babar Azam wins ICC Men’s ODI cricketer of the year award

24/01/2022 2:42:00 PM

Thanks fans, team, PCB, ICC; says such an achievement won’t have been possible without team

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Pakistan cricket team skipper Babar Azam won the ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year Award for his “match-winning knocks and spell-binding stroke-play.” Read more here: AajNews AajNews BabarAzam

Thanks fans, team, PCB, ICC ; says such an achievement won’t have been possible without team

Babar was up against Bangladesh’s all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, South Africa’s Janneman Malan, and Ireland’s Paul Stirling in the run-up to the award. Photo via Twitter/@babarazam258Pakistan cricket team skipper Babar Azam won the International Cricket Council Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year Award for his “match-winning knocks and spell-binding stroke-play,” the global cricket body announced on their

website.Babar was up against Bangladesh's all-rounder, Shakib Al Hasan, South Africa’s Janneman Malan and Ireland’s Paul Stirling in the run-up to the award.The post said that the right-handed batter made an important contribution in the two series that Pakistan played in 2021.

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Comments Babar was up against Bangladesh’s all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, South Africa’s Janneman Malan, and Ireland’s Paul Stirling in the run-up to the award.Joe Root had a year to remember.Published: 04:00 PM, 23 Jan, 2022 TV grab.The Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter ruled the roost in 2021 when it came to the shortest format of the game.

Photo via Twitter/@babarazam258 Pakistan cricket team skipper Babar Azam won the International Cricket Council Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year Award for his “match-winning knocks and spell-binding stroke-play,” the global cricket body announced on their website . Babar was up against Bangladesh's all-rounder, Shakib Al Hasan, South Africa’s Janneman Malan and Ireland’s Paul Stirling in the run-up to the award. The magnitude of Joe Root's sublime form in the year 2021 can be summed up by one simple stat – he has become only the third player in history to aggregate over 1700 runs in Test cricket in a calendar year. The post said that the right-handed batter made an important contribution in the two series that Pakistan played in 2021. “He was the second-highest run-scorer with 228 runs and was the Player of the Match in both of Pakistan's wins in the 2-1 series victory against South Africa. Be it Asia or conditions back at home and against a range of bowling, Root has almost conquered all with some sublime innings. The architect of Pakistan’s chase of 274 in the first ODI, Babar made a century and laid the foundation with an 82-ball 94 in the final ODI where the visitors posted 320 batting first,” the ICC said. He also scored the maiden T20I century of his career against South Africa in Lahore early in the year and ended it continuing his form with a brilliant knock of 87 against West Indies in Karachi.

It further called Babar “the lone warrior” in the series against England when they were swept by the hosts 3-0. He hasn't been shabby with the ball as well, chipping in with a handy 14 wickets, including a five-for in Ahmedabad. Moreover, the global cricket authority called Babar’s knock in the third ODI at Birmingham his “best performance”, where he scored his highest-ever ODI score, 158. In his acceptance speech , Babar thanked his fans, the Pakistan Cricket Board staff, ICC, and the team for supporting him all time. He swatted away a quality bowling attack, both pace and spin, with utter ease. “It was not possible without them. I feel proud to have such a good team. Batting for 377 deliveries, the Indian bowling had no answers to the Root conundrum, as he set up a 227-run victory for the visitors. Rizwan smacked 79* in only 55 deliveries, hitting six fours and three sixes.

” He also termed his performance against England in the third ODI of the series his “career-best innings” because the Lahore-born batter was struggling with his form at that time and needed some confidence. Babar further hailed the team’s performance in South Africa where they outclassed the “quality bowling” and won the series. Categories :. “My aim is to score runs in every country and at the home of the opponents,” he said, “It was my goal and that series [against South Africa] was quite helpful for us. The momentum we gained after that win, gave our team and me as a player and captain a lot of confidence.” Last week, the ICC announced Babar as the captain of the ICC's team of the year.

The team also features Mohammad Rizwan and Shaheen Shah Afridi. Reacting to the development, cricket fans and PCB started sending congratulatory messages to Babar. The PCB posted Babar's picture with the congratulatory message. One of the users posted his picture with former Australian player Mathew Hayden and wicketkeeper batter Mohammad Rizwan. Some shared older pictures of Babar and talked about his journey.

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