Pakistan cricket captain Babar Azam recently identified three young cricketers as potential superstars for the Men in Green. In the lead up to the ODI World Cup 2023, Azam named Saim Ayub, Omair Bin Yousuf, and Mohammad Haris as promising players for the future.
However, Azam also advised these young talents to focus on their game and not feel overwhelmed by the pressures of international cricket.
Ayub and Haris have already represented Pakistan but have yet to make a significant impact on the international stage. Ayub has scored only 123 runs in eight T20I matches, although his domestic numbers look promising.
Haris, on the other hand, has scored only 153 runs in 14 international matches. Yousuf is yet to make his debut, but he is an exciting talent that the team can utilize in the build-up to the World Cup.
Azam’s endorsement of these three players has generated a lot of buzz, and fans and pundits alike are keen to see how they perform in upcoming matches. With the World Cup just around the corner, the Pakistani team will be looking to find the right balance of experience and youth to perform well.
The potential of these three young players could be just what the team needs to achieve success.