WATCH: ICC shares glimpse of Babar Azam bowling during 2010 U-19 World Cup

ICC shares a video in which Babar can be seen taking a wicket during the 2010 U-19 World Cup match against West Indies

By Web Desk
January 14, 2022
Photo Source: Twitter

International Cricket Council (ICC) went down memory lane by sharing a small video of Pakistan's star batter and skipper Babar Azam who can be seen bowling his off-breaks during that 2010 U-19 World Cup semi-final match against the West Indies.

ICC shared the video on its official Instagram account, with the caption: "Remembering when Babar Azam bowled in the 2010 U19CWC semi-final"

In the video, Babar can be seen bowling to the West Indies left-hander Yannic Cariah, round the wicket, who goes down the track to send the bowl over the boundary ropes but was caught by Ahsan Ali on the boundary, and Babar claimed that key scalp.


It is pertinent to mention that Pakistan went out to win that semi-final against the Windies, but lost the final against Australia.

But Babar, in that U-19 World Cup, left a wonderful impression of his sheer talent by playing some brilliant innings, and today he is considered as one of the best batters in international cricket.