In a thrilling display of cricketing prowess at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium, Babar Azam, the talented skipper of Pakistan’s cricket team, left spectators awestruck with a magnificent six against New Zealand’s Zakary Foulkes during the fifth T20I of the series. The shot not only showcased Babar Azam’s impeccable timing and power but also echoed memories of MS Dhoni’s iconic pose from the 2011 ODI World Cup final.

Facing a slow delivery from Foulkes, Babar Azam effortlessly cleared his front leg and dispatched the ball soaring over long-on for a colossal six, reminiscent of Dhoni’s decisive blow against Nuwan Kulasekara in the historic World Cup final. What followed was a moment of sheer brilliance as Babar Azam held his pose, capturing the essence of confidence and mastery.

Babar Azam hits a six in a Dhoni’s pose :-

Babar Azam

The electrifying atmosphere at Gaddafi Stadium erupted with cheers as fans witnessed Babar’s brilliance unfold before their eyes. Despite the formidable challenge posed by New Zealand, led by Michael Bracewell, Azam’s sublime batting display has kept Pakistan’s hopes alive in the match.

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At the time of writing, Babar dismissed at the score of 69, showcasing his exceptional skills with an fifty off 44 balls. Supported by Usman Khan, who contributed of 31 runs off 24 balls, Pakistan has raced to a commendable score of 127/3 after 16 overs.

While New Zealand holds an unassailable 2-1 lead in the series, Babar Azam’s stellar performance has injected excitement into the game, offering fans a glimpse of the team’s potential. Even if Pakistan secures a victory in the ongoing match, the series will be shared, highlighting the competitiveness between the two sides.

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Babar Azam’s remarkable six and reminiscent pose serve as a testament to his stature as one of the finest batsmen in contemporary cricket. As the match progresses, cricket enthusiasts eagerly anticipate more displays of brilliance from the Pakistani captain, whose talent continues to captivate audiences worldwide.

By Ritik Sharma

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