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Ahead of ICC World Cup 2023, Pakistan Captain Babar Azam ‘Penalised’ by Police, Stopped in middle of road for THIS – Details Here

Pakistan cricket captain Babar Azam fined for speeding on Punjab Motorway; viral photo sparks social media buzz.

Babar Azam

Babar Azam: On Monday, September 25, Pakistan’s cricket captain, Babar Azam, allegedly received a fine from Karachi’s traffic police for surpassing the speed limit on the Punjab Motorway. The photo from the incident has gone immensely viral on social media.

Babar Azam ‘Fined’ for overspeeding

According to local media sources, Babar Azam, the Pakistan cricket captain, was issued a traffic fine for exceeding the speed limit on the highway. In a video clip, he can be observed cooperating with the officer as he receives his traffic ticket, with his Audi visible in the background. The specific amount of the fine remains undisclosed.

This marks the second occasion where the team captain has faced a traffic violation stop. In May, he was reportedly halted at Lahore’s Liberty Chowk. During the stop, authorities observed that the numbers on his license plate were unusually small and advised him to replace it promptly. Before departing for his destination, the authorities also took a selfie with the skipper, which subsequently became a viral sensation on social media.

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Babar Azam’s poor performance in Asia Cup 2023

Babar faced a dip in performance during the 2023 Asia Cup, achieving scores of 17, 10, and 29 against Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka, respectively. However, he did shine with a formidable 151 against Nepal in the tournament’s opening match. Azam aims to rectify his performance and make improvements in the upcoming 2023 ODI World Cup, scheduled to take place in India next month.

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