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Pakistan batsman Babar Azam slams anchor Zainab Abbas

Rising Pakistan batting star Babar Azam, who scored the first Test century of his career in the second Test match against New Zealand, hit out at Zainab Abbas over a tweet from the star Pakistani cricket anchor.

 

Abbas, a popular anchor in Pakistan who has 1.12 million followers on Twitter, congratulated Babar on getting his first hundred.

But Babar didn't like a cheeky line in that tweet.

"Well played @babarazam258 - loved how the boys went congratulating Mickey Arthur celebrating his "son's" century #PakvNZ," Zainab tweeted after Babar's maiden hundred on Sunday.

 

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But the 24-year-old Pakistan batsman apparently didn't like word 'sons' in Zainab's tweet as it suggested he gets special treatment from the Australian coach in the Pakistan dressing room.

"Think before u say something and don't try to cross ur limits!!!," Babar shot back on Twitter last night.

 

 

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Babar, Pakistan's brightest batting hope, ended his long wait for a Test hundred at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium with an unbeaten 127 as Pakistan declared their first innings at 418/5.

It was Babar's first hundred in 31 innings in Test cricket.

 

Post Dated November 28, 2018

 

 

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