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What Babar Azam wants to achieve within next two years?

Babar Azam reveals his prime goal for next 18 months

Pakistan’s journey in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 had been tremendous as they won all the Super 12 stage matches. However, the dream shattered to lift the first-ever trophy since the 2009 title win after they lost the all-important semi-final clash against Australia. Hoping to rise again with the same enthusiasm, captain Babar Azam says his prime goal is to win both upcoming World Cups within the next two years.

It must be noted Australia will host the T20 World Cup 2022 whereas, India is scheduled to embrace the teams in the ODI World Cup 2023. Babar is looking to triumph in both of the editions making his goal come true. As far as the ODI World Cup is concerned, Pakistan’s tries have been going in vain since their maiden trophy lift in 1992 under Imran Khan.

While talking to the media, Azam revealed to become World’s number one batter had always been his dream. However, he always has wanted his personal achievements cause of title wins for Pakistan. He further stated he will only consider his runs worthy if they help his country win all the titles.

“When I started playing cricket as a schoolboy the target was to play international cricket for Pakistan, become the world’s top batsman in such a manner that it helps my team to win all the titles,”

“No doubt I am enjoying my form. But with this form, my prime goal is to win the two World Cups for Pakistan in the next one-and-a-half years and if that happens I will feel that my runs are worth gold,”

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