Former West Indian captain, Jason Holder, suggested the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) select wicket-keeper batter Azam Khan for the national team.
The 24-year-old hard-hitter chalked up a fantastic century against Chattogram Challengers in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).
Azam Khan, who represents Khulna Tigers in the tournament, scored 109 runs at a strike rate of 187.93, hitting nine boundaries and eight maximums.
Following his innings, the former West Indian captain took to his social media handle and wrote ” Pakistan missing this guy. Pick him.”
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Meanwhile, Khulna Tigers chased the target with four balls to spare, thanks to a match-winning knock from another Pakistani batter, Usman Khan.
The Khulna Tigers’ opening batter scored a magnificent 103 runs off 58 balls at a strike rate of 177.59 including 10 fours and five sixes.
Azam Khan has appeared in 93 T20 matches, scoring 1,863 runs at an average of 23.58 and a strike rate of 140.81, including 10 fifties and a century.