PAK vs NZ: Haris Rauf Shuts Questions On Babar Azam, Delivers No Nonsense Verdict On Babar’s Future As Pakistan Captain. Pakistani pacer Haris Rauf praised Babar Azam as Pakistan’s pride in a tweet urging followers to treat him with respect. Tuesday’s third Test in Karachi saw England take the series 3-0, inflicting Pakistan their worst-ever Test series defeat.
Pakistan endured a dismal 0-3 loss in the home Test series against England. Babar Azam and his teammates were devastated by the foreigners’ new, aggressive cricketing approach.
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The tourists narrowly prevailed by 74 runs in the opening game of the series on a lifeless Rawalpindi field. Then, they defeated Pakistan by 24 runs in the second Test in Multan before dominating by eight wickets in the third and final Test on Tuesday in Karachi.
The defeat also disqualified Pakistan from competing in the World Test Championship (WTC). Pakistan had lost four straight home Test matches, including three to England and four to Australia in the previous series.
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Haris Rauf hailed Babar Azam as Pakistan’s pride:
Pakistan’s skipper Babar Azam displayed great batting technique by scoring 348 runs from six innings, including 103 fifty-run runs. But after the sad result, his leadership abilities were again questioned. Haris Rauf, a teammate, and pacer, defended the captain while he was under criticism.
Haris Rauf took to social media and wrote, “Ap hamaray leader ho or raho ga hamesha inshallah”
— Haris Rauf (@HarisRauf14) December 20, 2022
Pakistan is currently ranked sixth in the WTC. On the nine-team table, Australia is in the first place, followed by India, while England is sixth.
In a three-match Test series against New Zealand that gets underway on December 26, Pakistan will look to mount a comeback.