Pakistan’s cricket captain, Babar Azam, is thinking about giving up his role as captain, especially in white-ball cricket.
According to sources, the 29-year-old has been talking to former PCB chairman Ramiz Raja and people close to him for guidance on his future.
During a training session at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens on Friday, Babar Azam sought advice from Ramiz Raja. The final decision on whether he’ll continue as captain will be influenced by discussions when he returns to Pakistan. In the current situation, Babar Azam values the advice he gets, especially from his father.