Pakistan captain Babar Azam praised his teammate and skilled batsman Fawad Alam after his facet defeated West Indies by 109 runs within the second Check to degree the two-match collection.
Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “A exceptional victory to attract the collection. Completely good sport from @iShaheenAfridi, @iamfawadalam25, and @RealHa55an. Most significantly everybody from the workforce chipped in and tried to provide their finest. Extra energy to you guys!”
Fawad had scored an unbeaten 124 within the first innings of the Check to assist Pakistan get well from 2/3 and submit 309/9 within the first innings. Fawad’s inning was additionally backed by Babar who had scored 75.
In a post-match assertion launched to the media, the Pakistan captain stated that his partnership with Fawad laid the muse for Pakistan’s success within the sport.
He additionally hailed the 35-year-old batsman and suggested that every one batsmen within the workforce ought to be taught from him.
“It was an excellent workforce effort specifically after shedding fast wickets on day one. Fawad and I managed to battle again by our partnership after which Shaheen Shah bowled outstandingly to place strain on West Indies. We performed in line with our plan within the second innings and added fast runs to reap the benefits of the final session on day 4,” Babar stated within the presentation ceremony.
“Fawad Alam is an skilled participant. He has scored tons of runs in top notch cricket. He has dealt with the situations and strain effectively and set an instance for all batsmen. All of us should be taught from him. He has proved himself which is an excellent factor,” the Pakistan captain added.
Babar additionally praised younger quick bowler Shaheen Shah, saying that the 21-year-old left-arm quick bowler is bettering daily and displaying nice confidence.
“I’m fortunate to have a bowler like him in my squad,” he stated.
“Profitable a match at all times offer you confidence as a captain. The gamers gave their 100 per cent and remained assured all through the Check,” stated Babar.