Pakistan captain Babar Azam says his side are playing “proactive, positive cricket” and are looking to improve with every game.
Azam was speaking after Pakistan’s 3-0 series win over the West Indies, a result which sees them move up to fourth in the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League table.
“I think the boys are doing well,” Azam said. “They’re playing proactive, positive cricket and we’re trying to improve with every game.
“The more we play, the more we learn and the more we understand our game plans.”
Azam also praised his side’s bowlers, who he said had “bowled brilliantly” throughout the series.
“The bowlers have bowled brilliantly,” he said. “They’ve got us wickets in key moments and they’ve been very disciplined.”
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In recent years, the Pakistan cricket team has undergone a major transformation, both in terms of its on-field performances and its off-field unity.
Under the captaincy of Babar Azam, the team has begun to play a more proactive and positive brand of cricket, which has yielded some impressive results.
Most notably, the team has started to chase down large totals with regularity, something that was previously thought to be beyond them.
This new-found belief and self-confidence has been evident in all three departments of the game, with the batting, bowling, and fielding all making significant strides.
The team’s off-field unity has also been a key factor in its recent success, with the players sticking together through thick and thin.