Rawalpindi: Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam says that he will not blame the defeat on anyone because it is a team work and always a team wins or loses, but where there is need, we will definitely improve to do better.
After the completion of the T20 series in Rawalpindi, the captain of the Pakistan team, Babar Azam, said that at the beginning it was expected to score 200, but they scored a good score of 193 runs, but the players of New Zealand played well. I am never satisfied and training is also about learning by doing well because everyone learns after a bad performance.
Babar Azam said that the gap of two days does not matter, he was considering the target of 190 after 15 overs, but it is true that Rizwan did not get a hit in the last three overs, Rizwan could have scored two more runs but did not. However, Rizwan played very well, dropped catches which should not have happened.
In response to a question, Babar Azam said that he is constantly practicing and will prepare well for the ODI.
Regarding himself, Babar Azam said that there is always room for improvement and we are learning every hour, this is the specialty of the Pakistan team that “rebuild” is quick. We also share each other’s faults and try to improve together.
He said that after every match, I think about the situation, what could have been better, if I did well, how can I improve, I am not satisfied, this is also training and you learn by doing well, because by doing badly, you get better. Everyone learns.
National team captain Babar Azam said that Shadab has given excellent performance in the past, so there is nothing to improve performance in a match or series.