Takeaways From Pakistan’s First & Second T20s Against Zimbabwe

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Pakistan’s first & second T20s against Zimbabwe were played over the weekend and the men in green managed to win both games by convincing margins. So, here is a look at a few takeaways from the first two T20s of the three match series that Pakistan has now won.

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Babar Azam Shines As Usual

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Babar Azam scored half centuries during both outings and so, the Pakistani skipper is on the right track to reclaim his number one T20 ranking.

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Other Pakistani Cricketers Who Showed Promise during Pakistan’s First & Second T20s Against Zimbabwe

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Apart from Babar Azam the likes of Mohd. Hasnain, Haider Ali, Haris Rauf and Usman Qadir performed pretty decently and therefore, showed plenty of promise. Nevertheless, their real test awaits in New Zealand and we all hope that the new comers are able to perform the same way during the difficult tour.

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Cricketers Who Disappointed Again

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Fakhar Zaman could not get going once more and it is now apparent that the opening batsman is under massive pressure to keep his place in the team. It should then surprise no one if the left-handed batsman is omitted from the squad that is named for the upcoming tour to New Zealand.

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Same is the case with Faheem Ashraf. Frankly, why selectors have invested in him so much is beyond comprehension. The so called all-rounder neither bowls nor bats effectively and thus, perhaps the time right for the selectors to drop and replace him with a more deserving candidate like Aamir Yamin.