Srinagar: Pakistan star batter Babar Azam is returning back home after playing in Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) due to end of NOC timeframe granted by PCB.
Babar Azam who played for Rangpur Riders in BPL has finsihed his campaign as highest run scorer of BPL 2024 at this point.
Babar reprsented Rangpur Riders for the final time in the competition on Tuesday. He scored 43-ball 47 which helped his side to post 175/4 against Durdanto Dhaka.
In six innings, Babar scored 251 runs at an average of 50.20. With the help of two fifties, he batted with a strike-rate of 114.61.
Babar and other Pakistan players coming back from Bangladesh as they were issued NoCs till February 6. They will now prepare for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season nine.
The ninth season of PSL is set to commence on February 17, 2024, at the PCB’s headquarters in Lahore.