Pakistan cricket captain Babar Azam is reportedly unhappy with the recently announced squads for the tours to South Africa and Zimbabwe in April.

Several reports in the Pakistan media have also claimed that Azam raised his concerns with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and chief selector Mohammad Wasim after his suggestions on team selection were ignored.

However, there has been no official response to the matter.

Highlighting the matter, former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has advised Babar Azam to remain firm on his stance and even asked him to resign as captain if his demands are not met.

Warning him against becoming ‘Sarfaraz part two’, Akhtar remarked that Azam should exercise his authority on team selection.

“We are hearing that Babar Azam is calling [Pakistan Cricket Board] and saying that his suggestions have been ignored regarding squad selection. If Babar Azam is so hurt and wants to become a brand, then he should resign right now and send a message that this can’t happen again. If he doesn’t do this, then he will become Sarfaraz part two,” Akhtar was quoted as saying by Cricket Pakistan on PTV Sports.

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