KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain and legendary batter Javed Miandad lauded Pakistan’s all-format captain Babar Azam and acknowledged that the skipper ought to stay as captain of the nationwide crew till he retires from cricket after the Green Shirts registered a historic win within the Galle Test on Wednesday.
The Babar Azam-led aspect chased a historic 342-run goal within the fourth inning, the very best chase by any crew on the venue, to beat Sri Lanka by 4 wickets on the again of an astounding unbeaten 160-run knock by opener Abdullah Shafique.
“Babar Azam is mature now. He should be the captain of the team until he retires from the game,” stated Miandad on his official Youtube channel.
He additional hailed the skipper for main the crew from the entrance and galvanizing confidence in different crew members by way of his efficiency.
“He led the team brilliantly. The most important thing is he is performing brilliantly himself. He leads from the front and it shows confidence. Often, if a captain doesn’t perform, it can affect the team negatively, and it leads to his downfall,” stated Miandad.
“Team is playing as a combined unit, and the credit goes to our players as well as our no.1 captain. He is our captain cool. He doesn’t lose his temper,” he added.
While heaping praises he additionally suggested the nationwide crew and its skipper to take care of consistency and carry out effectively on each new day.
“The team must be consistent. I advise Babar and the rest of the players that every day is a new day. They should forget what they achieved yesterday,” he concluded.