Babar Azam is Pakistani top-order batsmen who captain the Pakistan international cricket team in all formats. He is often considered as one of Pakistan’s best batsman by many cricket pundits and enthusiasts, and rightly so.Babar Azam shared an interesting story about how he didn’t have money to purchase a bat, and her mother gave her entire savings away to help him.In 2007, Babar Azam made a cameo in a live broadcast Test match between Pakistan and South. During the 42nd over of South Africa’s innings, Babar caught a brilliant catch that was hit for six by JP Duminy as a ball boy and earned plaudits from match commentator Ian Bishop for his catch.Babar Azam first featured on the International cricket scene at the age of 14 in ICC under-15 world championship in 2008. Babar played a spectacular knock against America U-15, where he scored 165 runs of 140 balls that included 15 boundaries and 2 sixes. He was the top run-scorer for his side in the respective competition.Babar Azam has also played two ICC Under-19 world championships for Pakistan, where he was the top scorer for his team. Pakistan team reached the Under 19 world cup final in 2010 but lost to the Australian team. In 2012, Babar Azam captained his side that lost to India in the quarter-finals of the competition. A 15-years-old Babar Azam during U-19 World Cup.Babar Azam made his domestic cricket debut at the age of 15 in a List-a match for his side ZTBL against Pakistan Customs in the Royal Bank of Scotland Cup. He scored 68 runs off 78 balls, hitting 10 boundaries and a six. ZTBL won the match comfortably with 6 wickets left. Babar Azam for ZTBL side winning man of the match.Babar Azam has played in 144 List-A matches scoring 6724 runs at an average of 54.66 runs and a strike rate of 86.20. Babar has 23 centuries and 35 half-centuries to his name, and his highest score in this format being 142* runs. Babar averaged 80.25 runs per match in his domestic List-A season.Babar Azam made his first-class debut at the age of 16 for his side ZTBL against the National Bank of Pakistan in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Division One at Sialkot on 10 December 2010. Babar scored a half-century on his debut as the match ended in a draw.Babar Azam has played in 69 first-class matches, amassing 4181 runs at an average of 41.81 runs per match, with a strike rate of 56.99. He has recorded 8 centuries and 28 half-centuries, with his highest score in this format being 266 runs.Babar Azam made his T20 debut for Lahore Eagles against Hyderabad Hawks in the Faysal Bank T-20 Cup at Lahore on 1 December 2012. Babar didn’t get the chance to bat in that match and picked up 1 wicket with the bowl in hand.