On Sunday, Azam drew particular consideration as he accomplished his run with the bat inverted, as he performed a well-compiled knock of 46 runs and helped Quetta Gladiators beat Karachi Kings in Karachi.
- Final Up to date: February 25, 2020, 11:20 AM IST
Azam Khan, son of former Pakistani cricketer Moin Khan, has been making headlines within the ongoing version of the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL).
On Sunday, Azam drew particular consideration as he accomplished his run with the bat inverted, as he performed a well-compiled knock of 46 runs and helped Quetta Gladiators beat Karachi Kings on the Nationwide Stadium in Karachi.
The video of the run went viral on social media with many Twitter customers saying Azam has “redefined” cricket along with his modern approach of finishing the run.
The 21-year-old batsman has typically been criticised owing to his physique weight and likewise been accused of being favoured due to being son of Moin.
Cricket followers had been fast to reach on the scene and dragged Azam’s distinctive approach with memes.
Sarfaraz Ahmed and Azam had been concerned in a fourth-wicket stand of 85 runs that helped Quetta Gladiators safe a five-wicket win in opposition to Karachi Kings.
The Kings posted a complete of 156 for 9 which the Gladiators chased down with an over to spare.
Azam was named the Man of the Match and commentator Ramiz Raza throughout the post-match presentation ceremony informed the 21-year-old: “I had promised to select you up if you happen to gained a Man of the Match award, however I feel I must do some work within the gymnasium to have the ability to do this.”
(With IANS inputs)