Like Babar Azam, I want to make my name known all over the world: Qasim Akram

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Like Babar Azam, I want to make my name known all over the world: Qasim Akram

Like Babar Azam, I want to make my name known all over the world:

Qasim Akram Experience of sharing dressing rooms of Central Punjab and Karachi Kings with Babar Azam is unforgettable: Captain U-19 cricket team

Young cricketer Akram said that Babar Azam is my favorite batsman, the experience of sharing dressing rooms of Central Punjab and Karachi Kings with Babar  is unforgettable.

Babar Azam, the world leader in limited overs rankings and Pakistan’s captain, is an example to youngsters in the world of cricket. Like countless fans around the world, former captain of the national under-19 cricket team Qasim Akram also considers Babar Azam as a beacon for him in batting.




The 19-year-old cricketer says that Babar Azam is his favorite batsman and he wants to make a name for himself in the world of cricket like him. Like Babar Azam, Qasim Akram also belongs to Lahore. Both started their cricketing journey with right-handed middle-order batsmen and off-spin bowling.




Qasim Akram is playing in Central Punjab and Karachi Kings under the leadership of  Azam.

Qasim says that the experience of sharing dressing rooms of Central Punjab. And Karachi Kings with Babar Azam is unforgettable. As a batsman, he has sought useful advice from the Pakistani captain on how to stay on the crease for long innings, play core drives and improve pull shots. Qasim Akram’s father works at a shop in Linda Bazaar, Lahore. The young all-rounder scored 203 runs in 6 matches of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2022 and also took 10 wickets.




He took 11 wickets while representing Central Punjab in National T20. And also scored a half century while representing Karachi Kings in PSL 7. He also scored 285 runs in the Pakistan Cup played last season and 10 Take wickets. The young cricketer said that Babar Azam has shown the best batting in the world. And he is a fan of his batting skills.

He considers himself lucky to have shared the dressing room with the world’s number one batsman. He said that Babar  wanted to achieve the standard of Pakistan cricket. Which he had set for the world through his batting. Qasim  is one of the 107 young players who are part of the PCB Pathways program.




The training camp for these talented young players. Will start on June 14 in Muridke and will continue for four weeks. He said that PCB Pathways program is an excellent initiative for young players, under which young players. Will be given full education stipend and monthly stipend of Rs. 20,000. 30,000 He says he wants to prolong his career as an all-rounder like Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez. He is currently working hard to improve his off-spin bowling.