Lahore: Assuming the responsibility of captain in one day international from Friday against Zimbabwe, the right hander Baber Azam will become country’s 30th captain in the ODIs.
Pakistan and Zimbabwe will be facing each other on Friday at Rawalpindi in the ICC world cup super series match while Baber Azam will debut as a captain in the match.
As the history of the Pakistan Cricket Team, Intakhab Alam was the first ODI skipper of the team while Imran Khan led the side in as many as 139 matches while Waseem Akram headed the team for 109 matches.
Last ODI captain Sarfaraz Ahmed was remained skipper in 50 matches out of which he won 28 and lost 20 while the nation also won last champions trophy in the captaincy of Sarfaraz.
Pakistan had also won last series against Sri Lanka with clean sweep in the leadership of Sarfaraz Ahmed.