Babar Azam has announced his resignation as the Pakistan cricket captain in all formats in a statement made on a social media platform. He thanked the Pakistan Cricket Board and expressed his gratitude for the support of cricket fans. Babar did not specify a reason for his decision, but it comes after the team’s disappointing performance in the World Cup. Other cricketers expressed appreciation for his leadership, and the International Cricket Council noted the significance of his decision. Babar has also met with PCB officials to discuss the team’s performance and future plans. Additionally, there are plans for a shift in focus to red-ball cricket and potential coaching assignments for former players. This comes after the first member of Pakistan’s backroom staff quit following the World Cup.