Star Pakistan batsman Babar Azam was named the Most Valuable Cricketer of the Year in the new PCB grants. Azam has been in the extraordinary structure during the most recent year as he found the middle value of more than 55 in all organizations of the game. Babar scored 338 runs in the four Tests he played last season with a noteworthy normal of 67.6. In One Day Internationals, Babar had a normal of 110.5 while he arrived at the midpoint of 55.2 in T20s.
Mohammad Rizwan, the substitute chief for the last Test at Mount Maunganui against New Zealand, was proclaimed Test Cricketer of the Year. In five Tests, he collected 302 runs, generally in troublesome circumstances, with four half-hundreds of years at a normal of 43.14. He likewise represented 12 batsmen behind the wickets.
Fawad Alam’s battling 102 at Mount Maunganui, his first Test century in quite a while, was picked as the Individual Performance of the Year by the free jury that involved recognized cricket characters.
All-rounder Aliya Riaz was named as the Women’s Cricketer of the Year while 19-year-old Fatima Sana was picked as the Women’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year.
The 17-year-old Test quick bowler Naseem Shah won the Emerging International Cricketer of the Year following his 20 wickets in eight Tests, including a capping stunt against Bangladesh that made him the most youthful bowler to accomplish the uncommon accomplishment.
The Domestic Cricketer of the Year honor went to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Kamran Ghulam after he turned into the solitary batsman in the progressing top of the line Quaid-e-Azam Trophy to finish 1,000 runs. He completed 19 innings of 10 round matches with 1,065 runs with four centuries and four half-hundreds of years at a normal of just shy of 60.
The champs will be given exceptionally planned prizes during the impending home arrangement against South Africa.
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