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Babar Azam being taught at International Cricket Coaching Center

The video focused on the subtleties of Babar Azam's technique, holding his ability to remain still, reading the ball and length, and then deciding his shot.

Pakistani skipper Babar Azam is being taught at the International Cricket Coaching Center in the United Kingdom. A video of the instructor teaching the techniques of Babar Azam in a class.

The video of the instructor is making rounds on social media. The lecture, titled “Track the ball in the early stages of flight and move to the finishing line”, focused on how Babar Azam tackles pace bowling.

The video focused on the subtleties of Babar Azam’s technique, holding his ability to remain still, reading the ball and length, and then deciding his shot. Taking on the example of Babar Azam, he stressed the importance of processing the delivery before selecting the shot, a technique that Babar Azam has mastered.

International cricketing enthusiasts and experts have already acknowledged the cricketing skills of Babar Azam.

Pakistani skipper Babar Azam has won the ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year Award 2022 and Men’s Cricketer of the Year 2022, in what is called a befitting response to naysayers and critics.

Read more: Babar Azam wins ICC ODI’s Men Cricketer of Year & Cricketer of Year Award

Pakistani skipper has been named the ICC ODI Player of the Year for the second time in a row. He has also been declared the Cricketer of the Year 2022. Azam has become the only Pakistani cricketer to win the ICC ODI Player of the Year twice in a row, and the only Pakistani to win the two ICC Awards twice in a year.

Babar Azam achieved the awards after being named the captain of the ICC ODI Team of the Year 2022. “There were match-winning knocks, spell-binding stroke-play, and memorable moments from a personal perspective and his team in 2022 as Pakistan skipper Babar Azam claimed ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year Award for a second consecutive year,” a statement released by the international cricket governing body said.