Babar Azam is perfectionist, artist,a surgeon when he bats,says Mickey Arthur

By: KSW Staff

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Pakistan Cricket team coach Mickey Arthur has praised Pakistan young batsman Babar Azam and has termed him perfectionist who looks unbelievable when in full flow.

Talking about the Babar Azam before Pakistan’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match against South Africa at Lords, Mickey termed Pakistan Azam a perfectionist who is unbelievable and incredibly hungry in his quest to be best.

“Babar Azam, he is unbelievable, incredibly hungry in his quest to be best. You see him batting and even when he hits bad shot, his body language gives it other way. He is perfectionist, artist, a surgeon when he goes their batting,” Arthur said.

“I just want to see him turning those good innings into match winning performances for us. Because then he will be remembered as great. I want to see him dominate, winning games. Everytime he goes their I push him because I know he can win games for us,” he added.

In the same video taken by ICC Official, Babar Azam has said that the star he wears on his chest is the thing that he has wanted all his life and he is proud of it.

“This Star, I feel proud wearing, I can’t explain the feeling the moment I started to wear it. From childhood I had dream to see me wearing this shirt and I was dream come true when I finally did it,” Babar said.

The Pakistan youngster at the age of 24, has scored 5384 international runs at 46.81, but he’s eager to take his game up to another level.

“I always want myself to perform well so that people will say Babar Azam is also a player. There are players like David Warner, Jos Butler, Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan who are match winners for their team. I want to be a match winner but I have different style then them. I take time in the middle and my strike is between 100 and 80. My aim always is to stay there still the end for my team,” Babar said.

Babar Azam said that he not satisfied so far with his performances as he has not been able to lead his team to crucial victories.

 “I am not satisfied, my goal was to be great and lead my team to win. I have not been able to do that. My quest is to getr back on track and help my team register important wins,” he said.

Pakistan will be playing South Africa in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match at Lords on Sunday and Azam says it always dream of cricketer to play at home of cricket.

“Dream to play at home of cricket0Lords. Have seen great cricketers come here walk out of the dressing room and balcony. It is amazing feeling and would be again great to see me their,” he added.