Babar Azam: No ‘negative thoughts’ even when Pakistan were under pressure

Babar Azam: No 'negative thoughts' even when Pakistan were under pressure


“There is always a plan and you have to stick with it and wait for things to fall your way”

At lunch on the final day of the Rawalpindi Test, South Africa were clearly on top, needing just 151 runs with seven wickets in hand. The predictor on the official broadcast said South Africa had a 75% chance of winning from there. But then everything turned when the new ball was available, with Hasan Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi ripping through South Africa as seven wickets fell for 33 runs, and Pakistan won the series 2-0. It was a “tough win” compared to the seven-wicket win in Karachi, according to captain Babar Azam, but most pleasing because “everyone played a role” and the team “finished off well”.

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