Pakistan skipper Babar Azam is one of the most loved cricketers with both his on field and off the field gestures. Another instance of one such gestures has put him back in the eyes of the world. The Pakistan batter, who is currently playing the Pakistan Super League and is leading his franchise Peshawar Zalmi in the eighth edition of the tournament, won hearts for his kind gesture.
The 28-year-old was seen cleaning the ground after Peshawar Zalmi’s game against Karachi Kings on February 14 (Tuesday). The young cricketer was seen collecting water bottles along with a few other players, including Andrew Tye and others. A video of the same is now surfacing on the internet with fans also appreciating this gesture.
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While some claimed this gesture to be the same as the Japan spectators did during the FFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, a few others hailed this act as “a commendable gesture”.
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Talking about the Peshawar Zalmi’s campaign in the Pakistan Super League, the Babar Azam-led side won the only game they have played so far in the tournament. They will next square off against Multan Sultans in the fifth match of the tournament on Friday (17 February) at the Multan Cricket Ground.
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