Pakistan's team's batting in the T20 series against South Africa was dashed several times, but Pakistan captain Babar Azam has said that preparations for this year's T20 World Cup in India are on the right track. Babar Azam, who led Pakistan's team to their first T20 series victory in South Africa, also won 2–1 in the ODI series. On Friday, he said that he was satisfied with the performance of his players.
After the match at Centurion, Babar Azam said, "Yes, it is disappointing that our middle and lower-order batsmen have failed to live up to expectations, but cricket is a game of the game and not everyone can perform in every match." Pakistan had won in the last over and at the same time Pakistan had also named the series, but they are disappointed with the batting collapses. Pakistan's team has won the T20 series 3-1.
He added, "It is always difficult for the top-order batsmen to come out after the dismissal. I think we just need a partnership to settle things, but that didn't happen." From 98/1, Pakistan lost seven wickets before reaching the target of 145 runs. Pakistan won the four-match T20 series 3–1, but Pakistan won the last over in two matches, for which the team had to struggle.
Captain Babar Azam added, "It was great to win both the white-ball series in South Africa and it would give us a lot of confidence for the upcoming matches. This series has helped us to try different combinations and I think We are preparing for the T20 World Cup, by then we will prepare our squad for the big event. "