The pacer Haris Rauf gave Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam credit for his improved play over the previous two years.
The right-arm pacer told Dawn that Babar ought to be praised largely for his performance.
“I firmly feel that Babar Azam is to blame for the growth in my work. During the past two years, we have played some really fantastic and entertaining cricket” added Rauf.
The 29-year-old went on to say that Babar is the reason the Pakistani squad has developed into a formidable opponent.
The credit for this, he continued, “goes to our skipper Babar Azam, who trusted the ability of players, which finally gave us confidence.” “In this era, we evolved as a good unit, especially in white-ball cricket.
Last week, many players showed up to support the captain of the national team. Iftikhar Ahmed recently compared criticism of Babar Azam to sin, while Shan Masood recently declared that he is willing to give his life to Babar Azam.