Nasser Hussain, Ian Bishop in awe of Babar Azam after Karachi Kings PSL triumph
Azam smacked seven boundaries in his 49-ball 63 in the course of the PSL last
Former England captain Nasser Hussain and former Windies pacer Ian Bishop have praised Babar Azam after enjoying a key position in Karachi Kings’ first Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) title.
Babar scored a commanding fifty to assist the Karachi Kings win their maiden PSL title with a five-wicket win over the Lahore Qalandars on Tuesday.
Azam smacked seven boundaries in his 49-ball 63, nevertheless it was skipper Imad Wasim who hit the successful shot to assist the Kings chase down a modest 135-run goal in 18.four overs.
Babar completed the event with 473 runs, together with three participant of the match awards, which helped him to win the awards for Greatest batsman and participant of the event.
Hussain felt that Babar was “batting on a special pitch to everybody else”. In the meantime, Bishop was additionally left speechless by Babar.
I see Babar Azam is batting on a special pitch to everybody else …. Class !!
— Nasser Hussain (@nassercricket) November 17, 2020
— Ian bishop (@irbishi) November 17, 2020
The ultimate — some of the anticipated within the PSL’s brief historical past, given the rivalry between Pakistan’s two greatest cities — didn’t stay as much as the hype as Lahore managed simply 134-7 after successful the toss and batting on a flat Nationwide Stadium pitch.
With Azam, the world quantity two batsman in Twenty20 worldwide rankings, on Karachi’s facet it proved a simple chase, regardless of shedding three wickets from 110-2 to 124-5.