A Win To Remember.


The Pakistan Cricket Team's first test series win at home in over a decade provides a much need cause for celebration for cricket fans. The win on its own displayed some positives that the fans can look forward to in future performances. The highlight of the final day was the performance of Naseem Shah, the breakout sixteen-year-old star that took five wickets, putting himself in the record books as the second youngest player to do so in a test series. Honing youthful talent such as this is important to secure the future of Pakistani cricket, and his stand out performance will hopefully be replicated for years to come.

Another solid batting performance from Babar Azam is also an added bonus; the 25-year-old current stats are slightly above Virat Kholi - who is seen by many as the best batsman in the world at this point. This is good news for Pakistan, as a reliable batsman is something that this country sorely needs if it wants to move up the international rankings board and compete against the best. Azam is clearly performing well even after being handed the captaincy for the T20 team and being declared the vice-captain for the ODI format as well. If the young...

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