'Sar par nahi chado': Angry Babar Azam lashes out at fans, asks security to move them away but later… | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: In an unfortunate turn of events, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam was seen lashing out at selfie-seeking fans for invading his privacy and later asked the security personnel to remove the fans away.
The video is apparently from Cardiff in which Babar was seen irritated after fans followed and surrounded him on the streets.
Although Babar was in protection of a couple of security personnel, he still looked irritated by constant requests for a meet-up and photo requests.
“Do minutes doge? Sar par nahi chado,” said Babar to fans before asking the security to remove the fans.

However, Babar was humble enough to take pictures afterwards.
Pakistan are currently in England, playing a 4-match T20I series in the run up to the T20 World Cup in the Americas.
After a washed out series opener in Leeds, Pakistan lost the second game in Birmingham.
The third and fourth games are scheduled for May 28 and 30 in Cardiff and London.
Pakistan’s build-up to the T20 World Cup, which takes place in West Indies and the USA, has been chaotic, with Babar replacing Shaheen Shah Afridi as captain barely three months before it gets underway.
They squeaked a 2-2 T20I series draw at home against a depleted New Zealand in April before heading to Ireland where they slumped to defeat in the opener before coming back to win that series 2-1.
In the T20 World Cup, Pakistan are placed alongside India, co-hosts United States, Canada and Ireland in Group A. The top two teams will qualify for the next round of Super Eight, to be held in the West Indies with the final in Barbados on June 29.

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