Faf du Plessis came out in support of Babar Azam, saying – Success does not need a Six Pack

Asked about Azam Khan’s fitness after being selected in Pakistan’s T20 squad, former South African captain Faf du Plessis said every player must have six pack abs to succeed in cricket. Controversy has arisen since Azam was selected as the son of former wicketkeeper Moin Khan in the Pakistan T20 squad, which toured England and the West Indies. Many people believe that Azam was disqualified and was chosen because of his father’s influence.

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Du Plessis will represent the Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League, part of Azam, which weighs more than 100kg. “When it comes to fitness, it is the responsibility of every man to try and improve every day,” Du Plessis told an online news conference in Abu Dhabi. According to ESPN Cricinfo, Du Plessis, ‘It’s different for every person. Speaking of myself, I can’t stop thinking about how I can improve myself as a cricketer, how to improve my body, how to improve my mind, even after old age.

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Du Plessis said, ‘A player like Azam doesn’t have to look like me to succeed. It’s about improving a little bit every day. Azam is known for hitting big shots. He has scored 743 runs in 36 T20 matches and managed to hit boundaries every fourth delivery during this period. Du Plessis said, ‘It’s unfair to compare different people, we’re comparing two different players. He’s the guy who’s always aggressive and hits big shots and it goes a long way. He said, ‘I don’t believe that you need a six-pack to succeed in cricket. You work with what you have. ‘

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