I will try to answer the critics with my bat, Azam Khan
Quetta Gladiators young batsman Azam Khan has shown promise of good performance throughout the season, saying that I will try to respond to the critics with my bat.
In the opening match of the fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League, defending champion Quetta Gladiators defeated Islamabad United by 3 wickets.
Last year's Man of the Match, Mohammad Hassanin was once again the best player of the match for a good performance and taking 4 wickets, but in the match, Gladiators coach Moin Khan's son also batted brilliantly for his team of 59 runs.
Addressing a joint press conference, Azam Khan and Mohammad Hassanin said that there was no treatment for this performance because I was confident in my ability to do what I could. If there were more opportunities, Take advantage of and perform.
On the question regarding weight, Azam Khan said that for the last four to five months I had been working on my fitness and Allaah has given me the reward.
"I don't see much criticism, I try to ignore it but sometimes it feels bad to hear people say, I can answer with my bat and try my best to answer with my badge all season," he said.
Responding to another question, the former captain of the national team, Moin Khan's son said, "There is nothing to be demoralized about and you cannot silence negative talkers. My goal is to respond to my performances that I do." I will try to do matches ahead.
He said that when I went to the wicket, three players were out for 28 runs, there is pressure for every player but the one who can handle that pressure is the big player, Sarfraz Bhai has supported us a lot. We caught the momentum of the match with a 50-run partnership.
Azam Khan said, "I will perform these performances in the name of my grandfather, the late Habib Khan, who is no longer in this world but I would like to perform this performance in his name."
"I am not even 10 per cent of Chris Gayle, but I consider Babar Azam my ideal nowadays because he is a good player in all three formats," Azam Khan said.
On this occasion, Mohammad Hassanin said, "I thought I had to bowl my team by doing good bowling and thank God that it started as I thought it would be, try to be the best bowler and match the team."
Hassanin replied to a question, "Based on the performance I did last year, I was on the World Cup team, coming up with the T20 World Cup, trying to get the best out there and the World Cup. Make a place on the team.
Hassanin attributed his success to the leadership of Sarfraz Ahmed and said that Sarfraz Ahmed gives a lot of confidence before the match which helps me to perform well.
When Hasnain was previously asked about the pace and speed of bowling in the match, he said, "I worked with bowling at Waqar Younis for about two and a half months at the National Cricket Academy, which gave me a chance to learn a lot." So that I can do better bowling while working with a dignified brother