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Babar Azam finally opens up about failure in HBL PSL 7

Karachi Kings lost nine matches out of 10 in the league stage. Babar Azam has been displeased and disappointed with the performance of his team. He, however, assured the fans that the team will make a comeback next year.

Babar Azam, skipper of the Pakistan cricket team and franchise Karachi Kings, finally opens up about the terrible and dismal season of the franchise in the ongoing HBL PSL 7.

Karachi Kings lost nine matches out of 10 in the league stage. Babar Azam has been displeased and disappointed with the performance of his team at the HBL PSL 7. In his latest tweet, he finally opened up about the defeats and failures.

Babar Azam admitted failure and flaws in his tweet. He, however, assured the fans that the team will make a comeback next year.

“We did not hold up our end. Lots to reflect, learn & improve from this entire experience of #PSL7. In sha Allah, we will come back stronger. Also, quite grateful to all the fans for their immense support and belief,” said Babar Azam in his tweet.

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Babar Azam will make a strong comeback

Fans and followers have expressed support for Babar Azam. Earlier, Azam Siddiqui, the father of Babar Azam, penned down an emotional note for his son after he struggled to perform well in the ongoing season of HBL PSL.

He shared his picture on his Instagram account and assured his fans that Babar Azam is putting in a lot of effort to make his team, Karachi Kings, perform and win a match in HBL PSL. However, he is failing and is struggling to play spectacular innings.

Azam Siddiqui requested his fans to support and encourage him as he is going through a rough patch. He said his son is hardworking and does not shy away from putting in effort in his performance.

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He asked fans not to despair as he is confident Babar Azam will make a strong comeback. Siddiqui said the cricketer is out of form these days. He wished and prayed for Babar Azam to return in the form before the beginning of the home series against Australia.