Babar Azam Father Cries: What would be a more significant thing for a father than that his son under his captaincy leads the country to victory for the first time. That too against a strong team like India in the T20 World Cup. After years of anticipation, search and waiting, Pakistan finally got a victory in the World Cup against India. And at a time when the whole world was predicting India’s success.
And amidst these predictions, Azam Siddiqui, father of Pakistan captain Babar Azam, was confident that his son would lead the team to victory. Sitting in the Dubai Stadium, father Azam Siddiqui was praying for his son and Pakistan. And the prayer was also accepted. In the match played in Dubai, Pakistan trampled India by ten wickets. And on the victory of Pakistan, tears spilt from the eyes of a father, Azam Siddiqui.
Babar Azam Father Cries After Pakistan Victory
Pakistani sports journalist Mazhar Arshad has posted a video on his Twitter account. And this video is becoming increasingly viral. In this video, Babar’s father, Azam Siddiqui, became emotional due to happiness. Tears spilt out, and people around congratulated him. While posting the video, Mazhar Arshad also mentioned that anecdote in the caption. When Babar’s father told him in 2012 that he just let the debut happen. The whole ground ahead belongs to Babar Azam.
This is Babar Azam’s father. So happy for him. I first met him in 2012 at Adnan Akmal’s walima. Babar at that time was 3 years away from Pakistan debut. I clearly remember what his father told me “bas debut ho jane do. Agay sara maidaan babar ka hai” pic.twitter.com/ZlsvODQkSg
— Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) October 24, 2021
What was said nine years ago has proved to be true. Babar Azam has given a chance to the whole of Pakistan to be proud. History has been created. Pakistan defeated India for the first time in the T20 World Cup. And captain Babar Azam had a significant contribution to Pakistan’s victory. Babar Azam scored an unbeaten 68. At the same time, Mohammad Rizwan scored an unbeaten 79.
Earlier, after winning the toss, Babar Azam chose to bowl. And batting first, India scored 151 runs for the loss of seven wickets. In reply, Pakistan won without losing any wicket. Shaheen Shah Afridi, who took three wickets, was awarded the Player of the Match award.