Babar Azam Gets Trolled Because Of This Shameful Mistake

Ashish Kumar Mishra
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Babar Azam

Zimbabwe made the most surprising upset in the T20 World Cup. After defeating Pakistan by 1 run, this youth-adorned team forced the whole world to praise itself.

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Pakistan captain Babar Azam has been the target of Pakistani fans since losing to Zimbabwe. People are constantly trolling him on social media. Meanwhile, Babar Azam’s 7-year-old tweet went viral.

Pakistan Captain Could Not Even Write Zimbabwe Correctly

A tweet by current Pakistani captain Babar Azam is becoming fiercely viral. In this, he wrote in Zimbabwean English, but his spelling was wrong. Trollers are saying that the captain, who does not even know the spelling of Zimbabwe, how will he defeat that team in the match.

Babar Azam Zimbaway
Babar Azam Tweet

Let us tell you that this tweet of Babar Azam is from May 2015. At that time Zimbabwe team toured Pakistan. Then a series of three ODIs and two T20 matches were played between the two teams. At the same time, when the Zimbabwe team reached Pakistan, Babar wrote, ‘Welcome zimbaway.’ What was it then? Babar is still being trolled due to this tweet. The correct spelling of Zimbabwe is ‘Zimbabwe’.

Questions Are Being Raised About Babar’s Captaincy

Babar Azam has not been in form for some time now. He has scored a total of 4 runs in two matches in the T20 World Cup. He could not even open the account against India, while Brad Evans fell victim to 4 runs against Zimbabwe in Perth. Big mistakes are visible in his captaincy too. The captain of the Pakistani team got the last against India from Mohammad Nawaz, which proved unwise.

Because of this, former Pakistan captain and former head coach Waqar Younis and Wasim Akram have described Babar as a player with an obstinate attitude. Both believe that Babar is adamant about opening, due to which the team cannot experiment. Babar Azam’s family member Kamran Akmal also expressed his displeasure with him.

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