Melbourne Stars have a message for Babar Azam after BBL’s viral question

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Melbourne Stars have a request for Babar Azam via Haris Rauf who is already in their squad

BBL franchise Melbourne Stars took the opportunity to twitter to let their preference known, and they did it by tweeting a request to Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf, who is already a member of the Stars side.

Babar Azam has a request from a foreign franchise as his fan base is increasing each passing day. The BBL franchise Melbourne Stars did not miss the opportunity of a viral question being aired about Babar for a couple of days.

Stars took it to Twitter to let their preference known, and they did it by tweeting a request to Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf , who is already a member of the Stars side.

Pakistan put on some brilliant performances to get the better of the visiting Australians in the three-match ODI series. The skipper Babar Azam himself led from the front scoring two centuries and a half-century in the series, with a total of 276 runs at an average of 138 and a strike rate of 102.22.

Big Bash League seems to have taken notice of his impressive batting display against Australia and surely Babar Azam would be higher in demand for the league.

Following Pakistan’s victory over Australia, the BBL official handle have a question for the star via Haris Rauf that has been displayed on the Twitter universe.

“Which Pakistani would you love to see in the Big Bash?”

tweeted BBL with a picture of Babar Azam and Aaron Finch to go with it.

The tweet went viral and several fans came to join the session to share their choice.

“Hey @HarisRauf14, can you let @babarazam258 he’d look good in Green?!”

Meanwhile, Aaron Finch had his say in regards to Pakistan players in the BBL.

“Any opportunity they can fit into our competition is fantastic, and they’d always be welcome in the Big Bash League.”

Apart from Babar Azam, another Pakistani player shone with the bat. Imam-ul-Haq outscored his captain to top the run-scoring charts. The left-hander amassed 298 runs in three matches at an average of 149 and a strike rate of 101.71.

Among the bowlers, it was Shaheen Shah Afridi who grabbed the headlines, taking six wickets in the two matches he played in the series. Australian spinner Adam Zampa was too impressed, taking as many wickets as Afridi in the three matches he played.

Haris Rauf and Mohammad Wasim Jr took five wickets each. 

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