Babar Azam is a world-famous Pakistani cricketer. He is the current captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. Babar Azam is leading his team in all formats as a captain. He claimed many unbeaten cricket records.
Babar Azan Once Again ICC ODI Man Of The Year 2022
Babar Azam held 2022 just like he did last in 2021 and showed the cricket fraternity who’s the real King.
Once again, Babar Azam was rewarded the ICC ODI Men’s Player of the Year Award, which couldn’t be more thrilling for the Babar fans.
No one could hold themselves from applauding Pakistan skipper Babar Azam for achieving such a momentous achievement in his life.
That’s the second year in a row where Babar Azam dominated, and in the 2022 calendar year, he gave some incredible performances.
Babar Azam Wins ICC ODI Player of the Year Award
You were mistaken if you supposed that Babar Azam would stop performing in 2022, or he might need to keep the consistency of scoring runs just like he did in 2021.
A View On His 2022 Stats
Looking at the 2022 stats, his average and run rate got even better than the last time. He scored 679 runs from only 9 matches with an averaging 84.87 that, containing three centuries. Such amazing!
“There were match-winning knocks, spell-binding stroke-play, and memorable moments from a personal perspective and his team in 2022.
As Pakistan skipper Babar Azam claimed the ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year Award for a second consecutive year,” said ICC in a press release on Thursday.
ICC further stated, “And it wasn’t just from an individual level that Babar thrived, with the Pakistan captain also leading his team with aplomb and to just one loss throughout the year.”
Memorable Performances In 2022
Babar Azam only played 9 matches, but he smashed the opponent bowlers and scored three centuries in these. One of his remarkable innings was against Australia in Lahore, where he scored 114 runs.
Babar Azam was the only Pakistani player named to the player’s ODI and Test teams of the player.
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