WATCH: “Bhai mujhe aapki hat chahiye,” Babar Azam politely breaks a female fan’s HEART while signing autographs in Australia

Babar politely refused to give his hat, saying he has only one hat and could not give it. The video did not take much time to go viral on social media platforms.


WATCH: “Bhai mujhe aapki hat chahiye,” Babar Azam politely breaks a female fan’s HEART while signing autographs in Australia

Babar Azam signing autographs (Image via X)

The Pakistan Test team is currently in Australia for a three-match series. Shan Masood is leading the side this time and his first assignment was the first match that Pakistan failed to win.

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Masood was handed the captaincy duties from Babar Azam, who relinquished the all-format captaincy after Pakistan’s dismal show in the 2023 ODI World Cup. A video has surfaced on social media where Babar could be seen giving his autographs to fans at Perth’s Optus Stadium when a female fan asked him to give her his hat.

Babar politely refused to give his hat, saying he has only one hat and could not give it. The video did not take much time to go viral on social media platforms.

Bhai mujhe aapki hat chahiye (Brother, I want your hat).
A female fan asked Babar
Mere paas bhi ek hi hain (I also have only one hat).
Babar told the fan

Watch the video here:

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Babar Azam’s performance in the 1st Test against Australia

In the first Test match against Australia, which was played from December 14-19 at the Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia outclassed the visitors by 360 runs to take a 1-0 lead. Babar Azam was expected to play some good cricket but produced dismal shows in both the innings.

Babar Azam
Babar Azam (Image via ESPNcricinfo)

After Australia posted 487 in their first innings, Babar played 54 balls only to score 21 runs, with two boundaries. He was dismissed by Mitchell Marsh with the help of Alex Carey’s catch.

In the second innings, he scored 14 runs from 37 balls with two boundaries before he was sent back to the pavilion off Aussie skipper Pat Cummins‘ delivery, with keeper Carey again grabbing the catch behind the stumps. Babar will be next seen on the field on December 26 when both sides will be locking horns in the Boxing Day match at the MCG in Melbourne. Pakistan are yet to win a Test match Down Under since 1995.

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