The son of Azam and a first cousin of Arum and Ahsan, Babar Azam his career began in the field of cricket at the early age of 15 in the city of Lahore. He achieved victory in the 15th World Cup two years later. And further on played in Pakistan’s top run-scoring matches in 2010 and 2012 at the under-19 world championship. Babar Azam’s disciplined nature has led him to maintain a spot in the batting order for a long time. It earned him a reputation for level-headedness during his time in Pakistani cricket. He displayed his batting prowess in three consecutive ODI scores versus the West Indies in the UAE in 2016. As he racked up close to 300 runs in a single match. In a 90 he compiled while searching for a debut in his second Test, in Hamilton, when he was still 22 years old.
Achievement of a Lifetime; Sitara-e-Imtiaz
The most famous and recognized by countries in the cricket universe is Pakistan’s very own, Babar Azam. He is currently ranked as the top-five batsman in all three formats according to the ICC global rankings. Babar Azam has achieved over a thousand innings and 250 half-centuries in his career. He is on the path to becoming the top batsman of our time. At Pakistan’s 75th independence day function, President Dr. Arif Alvi will present Pakistan’s civil awards to deserving citizens from different fields of life in a display of their hard work and achievements. At the 75th anniversary of Pakistan, cricketer Babar Azam will be bequeathed the country’s 3rd civilian honor, known as the Sitara-e-Imtiaz. Fans around the world have been cheering and congratulating the cricketer on his achievements. Babar has truly earned the award as through his hard work, endurance, and determination has led the country to victory.