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Babar Azam, team management trying to create a positive environment in team: Mohammad Amir

CricketBabar Azam, team management trying to create a positive environment in team: Mohammad Amir

Srinagar: Returning pacer Mohammad Amir has praised Pakistan captain Babar Azam and team management for creating a positive environment in the dressing room as the World Cup 2024 approaches.

Mohammad Amor made his return to International cricket , bagging two wickets in the match vs New Zealand in the first T20I of the series.

Pakistan defeated New Zealand in the second T20I comfortably as the hosts bundled the visitors out for just 90 runs in the first innings and ended up chasing the target with 47 balls to spare with Mohammad Rizwan top-scoring for the winning side.

“In the previous video that I recorded with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), I gave them credit to their management. The current management, which includes Azhar [Ali] bhai, [Mohammad] Yousuf bhai, Wahab [Riaz] bhai, and Babar [Azam] is the captain they are all trying to create a positive environment and I think that at this time, the team’s atmosphere is very good,” Amir said after the match.

“The seniors and juniors are getting along well. Our goal is to win the World Cup and that is our only focus and we believe that if we keep the team’s environment great, we will be able to deliver for the team greatly.”

Amir struck in his first over upon his return, removing Tim Robinson for just four runs.

Amir continued to trouble the visitor’s batting lineup as in his second over, he took the wicket of Dean Foxcroft with skipper Babar Azam taking a simple catch.

Amir ended his spell with the figures of 2/13 in three overs and was crucial for the Pakistani bowling lineup.

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