‘I don’t think I should leave Karachi Kings’ says Babar Azam


Karachi: Pakistan’s T20I captain Babar Azam doesn’t want to leave Karachi Kings, the most popular franchise of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). 

The number one T20I batsman has attractive batting stats throughout the only cricket league of Pakistan. The right-handed batter is the second-highest run-scorer in PSL with 1388 runs in 45 matches at an average of 35.58 with 12 fifties under his belt.

“I have remained a part of Karachi Kings throughout in PSL so I should continue with them rather than keep on switching teams after good performances,” Babar said while answering his Test skipper Azhar Ali in an Instagram live session.

Upon being asked by a fan, the 25-years-old cricketer answered that he is not going to leave Karachi Kings for any other team.

Remember, Babar is the highest run-scorer in PSL 5 with 345 runs in 10 matches. The tournament’s knock-out stage had been postponed due to coronavirus outbreak across the world.

PSL 5 playoffs are likely to take place sometime later this year once the world gets free from coronavirus pandemic. Multan Sultans, Karachi Kings, Peshawar Zalmi and Lahore Qalandars will fight for glittering PSL 5 trophy at the knock-out stage.