Pakistan stepped on the Australian land being the top-ranked T20I team which allowed fans to expect them to fire against Kangaroos.
However, the look of the squad was always telling a different story. After getting defeated in the second game, Pakistan suffered humiliation in Perth to lose the three-game T20I series 2-0.
“I am disappointed, but I know that we lost to a good team. There were enough lessons for me both as a skipper and a player. I would make sure that we don’t repeat these mistakes again. We have Tests coming up, so it is important for us to focus on winning games,” Babar Azam said in the presentation ceremony after the game.
Newly installed skipper Babar Azam was found scoring runs, but he never got the support he needed from his unit. As a result, his captaincy profile is off to a poor start in International cricket.
The Lahore born was pained with the series defeat but vowed to come back hard after learning many lessons. Babar added that he is now focusing on the red-ball leg of the tour.