In fact, several cricketers from the Pakistan national team returned to action with the PSL after their last series against New Zealand. Several Pakistani cricketers including Shan Masood, Shaheen Afridi and Shadab Khan tied the knot during the break and during the pre-match press conference before the game against Qalandars, a reporter jokingly asked Babar when he would get married.
The reporter asked Babar that his hair is turning gray (the cricketer is getting old). When will he get married? Journalist asked – All the boys are getting married, your hair is turning white. When do you intend to get married? On this, Babar blushed a bit and said – It is not because of age, my hair is white from the beginning. When the time comes, it will happen. I’m waiting too, you should too. He had such a statement that the whole room echoed with laughter.
It is noteworthy that questions have been raised on Babar’s strike rate for a long time. Recently when he was questioned, he said- Look, you try. People keep talking. My strike rate was around 160 in the first 10 overs. But when you lose 5-6 wickets back to back, you don’t try to take your strike rate to 200. Then you have to form a partnership. That’s what I tried to do.