Babar Azam Steps Down As Pakistan Captain Across Formats Post World Cup Debacle

Following Pakistan’s disappointing World Cup 2023 campaign, Babar Azam has immediately stepped down from his captaincy across all three formats. He announced this decision through a social media platform X.

In his statement, Babar expressed the difficulty of his decision but emphasized that he believes it’s the right time for this move. He intends to continue representing Pakistan as a player in all three formats and pledges to support the new captain and the team with his experience and commitment.

“Today, I am stepping down as the captain of Pakistan in all formats. It’s a difficult decision but I feel it is a right time for this call. I will continue to represent Pakistan as a player in all three formats. I am here to support the new captain and the team with my experience and dedication,” he wrote.

Earlier on Wednesday (November 15), Babar met the PCB chief in Lahore. Videos resurfaced online that captured Babar’s car being swarmed by fans and journalists as he departed from the PCB headquarters at the Gaddafi Stadium after his meeting with Zaka Ashraf.

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