Hitting feeling Azam Khan keeps drawing attention to himself with his aggressive style of play. In Friday’s Pakistan Super League match between Quetta Gladiators and his team Islamabad United, the right-handed power hitter scored an impressive 42-ball 97. Eight sixes and nine fours were sprinkled throughout his inning. When compared to another T20 star, Suryakumar Yadav, Azam Khan claimed that Australian cricketer Tim David, not the India star, is his role model. The Pakistani star claimed that since David and he come out to bat at comparable places in franchise cricket, he can better relate David’s game to his own.
“You are aware that the scenario is pretty challenging from where I bat. You must go finish the game if the score is either roughly 40 for four or 180 or 160 for two. It’s a tremendously challenging job. Yet these days, Tim David inspires me more than ever. He hits big shots, and because I play the same position, I am familiar with and understand his batting role. Suryakumar frequently plays the top order, or one, down “Speaking on paktv.tv, Azam.
During a Bangladesh Premier League game last month, Azam Khan and Pakistani bowler Naseem Shah engaged in lighthearted banter.
While Khulna Tigers player Azam was stepping out to bat in the game, Comilla Victorians pacer Naseem was seen making fun of him. Azam was approaching the pitch with his bat in hand when the right-arm pacer ran to him and struck him across the chest. Azam responded by pushing Naseem away from him as he attempted to shake hands. A few seconds later, Naseem was caught mimicking Azam’s gait by amusingly enlarging his shoulders. On social media, the incident’s footage had gained a lot of attention.
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