Babar Azam wants to help Pakistan lift the World Cup on Indian soil in 2023

Author: Yuvi June 15, 2022

Babar Azam wants to help Pakistan lift the World Cup on Indian soil in 2023

Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has been enjoying a good run with the bat in all formats of the game and there seems to be no stopping the young leader. He started the ODI series vs West Indies at home with a scintillating century and followed it up with 77 runs in the top-class. He is currently in red hot form, helping Pakistan win the series 3-0. Not to forget, earlier, Babar-led Pakistan had defeated the Windies in the T20I series held in December last year. Under his leadership, Pakistan reached the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2021 held in the United Arab Emirates where they were defeated by the Australian players. Pakistan have been playing very well under Babar’s captaincy and the burden of leading his side hasn’t affected his performance with the bat.

After helping his side seal series against West Indies, the Pakistan captain made a big statement saying that he aims to win 2 World Cups for Pakistan in the coming 18 months. Not to be forgotten, one of these World Cups is to be held in India. There are 2 World Cups to be held in the next one and a half years. Firstly, the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia later this year. The 50-over ODI World Cup will be held in India in 2023.

We are living in the era of @babarazam258.

__Captain scored his 17th ODI century _#PAKvWI | #KhelAbhiBaqiHai – Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) June 8, 2022

“There is no doubt that I am enjoying my form. But with this form my main target is to win two World Cups for Pakistan in the next one and a half year and if that happens then I will feel my runs are worth the gold. today.

So far, Pakistan has won only 2 World Cups against India’s 3. Pakistan first won the World Cup in 1992 in Australia under the leadership of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. Then under the captaincy of Younis Khan, Pakistan won the T20 World Cup in England in 2009 by defeating Sri Lanka in the final.

Babar continued, “When I started playing cricket as a school kid, my goal was to play international cricket for Pakistan, to be the top batsman in the world to help my team win all the titles.”

It will be interesting to see how Pakistan plays in the 2023 World Cup and how far they go in India’s edition of the mega event. If Babar Azam’s team manages to win the final of the 2023 World Cup Final, it will be the first time that a Pakistan team will win the World Cup on Indian soil. It will be interesting to know how passionate Babar is, especially after becoming the captain, it will be interesting to see how the Pakistan team plans for the upcoming two mega-events.

Author: Yuvi

My name is Yuvi, I work as Sub Editor at

15 June, 2022, 1:32 pm

News Cinema on twitter News Cinema on facebook

Wednesday, 15th June 2022

Latest Web Stories

More Stories
Charles Bronson could be free from prison in months as he confirms in letter to his ‘long lost son’
WATCH: Shocking Video Shows Building Collapsing Like House Of Cards After Turkey Earthquake
Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe steps outside Sydney house ahead of February meeting
Parents can now have eyes in back of their watches as new app monitors where their children are’s spy reveals ALL from inside the Grammys’ most exclusive parties
Previous Chinese Balloon Incursions Initially Went Undetected
Half a million British homes have worse wifi reception than on Everest, analysis shows
The Most Romantic Outdoor Places in Delhi for the Perfect V-Day Surprise
WA: Witness reports spotting GIANT bull shark day before 16-year-old girl killed
Toxic Fumes Are Released From Burning Train That Derailed in Ohio
Biden’s State of the Union Prep: No Acronyms and Tricks to Conquer a Stutter
Biden’s State of the Union Prep: No Acronyms and Tricks to Conquer a Stutter
Green alternatives to burial and cremation could be on the way
Homeowners share shocking photos of half-finished building work after construction firm went bust
Brooke Boney clashes with Alice Springs business owner behind Facebook page highlighting crime wave
The Nets Wished Upon Stars. Their Dreams Haven’t Come True.
The Capitol fence returns for the State of the Union address
Police Review Board Says Violence During Protests Shows Lack of Training
Lucky Powerball player could win $747 MILLION as jackpot goes up for grabs TONIGHT game abysmal odds
Seat by seat, scientists reveal your risk of dying on an airplane if it crashes
Staring Down Bankruptcy, Bed Bath & Beyond Says It Will Sell Stock
After ANOTHER near miss at a US airport, how can Americans trust their plane journey will be safe?
Long Covid rates could be slashed in half if people ate healthy and exercised
TJ Holmes buys ring and Tiffany chain ‘for Amy Robach’
On Second Thought, St. Andrews Steps Back From Remodel by Swilcan Bridge
Listen to AI-generated Donald Trump read ‘The Three Little Pigs’
Amid Criticism, Elite Crime Teams Dwindled. Then the cities brought them back.
Vox Media Is Raising $100 Million From Penske Media
Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain jet off to Angola
The Australian home borrowers who face a 65 percent surge in their mortgage repayments in 2023
Astronauts Relax as Cosmonauts Prep for Cargo Mission
On A Winding Path, Carlos Beltran Will Return To Mets
Police Officer Who Shot a Man in the Back Is Charged With Assault
Police Officer Who Shot a Man in the Back Is Charged With Assault
NFL ‘secrets’ revealed by girlfriend of 49ers star Fred Warner ahead of Super Bowl weekend
Education Issues Vault to Top of the GOP’s Presidential Race
Family who left car in Heathrow’s official zone return to discover vehicle could be written off
Google launches its ChatGPT competitor called Bard
Pair Is Charged With Plotting to ‘Destroy Baltimore’ by Attacking Electrical Grid
Jennifer Lopez seemingly snaps at Ben Affleck at Grammy awards
Breakfast Sandwiches and Fruit Cups Are Recalled Over Listeria Risk
Bruce Springsteen fanzine shuts down after 43 years as his ‘blue collar’ fans became ‘dispirited’