Younger hard-hitting middle-order batsman, Azam Khan, made his extremely anticipated debut for Pakistan within the first T20I towards England. Azam might solely handle to play three balls in his first outing, scoring 5* as Pakistan posted their highest ever T20I whole.
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Azam, son of former wicket-keeper, Moin Khan, is the ninety fifth participant to symbolize Pakistan in T20Is. Because of this, Azam and Moin turned the fifth father and son duo to symbolize Pakistan on a global degree.
Let’s take a look in any respect the Father and Son duo to symbolize the nationwide workforce:
|Father||Years Energetic||Son||Years Energetic|
|Nazar Mohammad||1952||Mudassar Nazar||1976 – 1989|
|Hanif Mohammad||1952 – 1969||Shoaib Mohammad||1983 – 1995|
|Majid Khan||1964 – 1983||Bazid Khan||2004 – 2008|
|Abdul Qadir||1977 – 1993||Usman Qadir||2020 – current|
|Moin Khan||1990 – 2004||Azam Khan||2021 – current|
Moin Khan made his worldwide debut in 1990 in an ODI towards West Indies. He turned the 79th participant to symbolize Pakistan in an ODI and some weeks later turned the recipient of the 119th Take a look at cap for Pakistan. He went onto play 69 Take a look at matches and 219 ODIs in a profession spanning 14 years.
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Azam, who was surprisingly known as as much as the T20I squad for the tour of England and West Indies obtained quite a lot of backlash from the cricketing critics, as they imagine that he’s within the workforce as a consequence of nepotism.
Pakistan’s nationwide workforce chief selector, Mohammad Wasim, brushed away the criticism and defined that Azam has been included within the shortest format as a consequence of his capacity to hit sixes within the center and dying section of the innings.
The 22-year outdated has performed solely 42 T20Is in his brief profession up to now and his six-hitting capacity is obvious by the truth that he has struck 48 maximums in 41 innings he has batted, a six-hitting ratio of 1.17 per innings.