Since he started to make a deep impression in international cricket matches, Babar Azam has compared it with the best cricket in the world. Currently, he is one of the best all-around hitters in the world. Just six years after his debut, nothing better describes his rapid rise in the game than the fact that he leads Pakistan in all three formats.
In all game forms, his average score is over 44. His consistent display in various formats has led many to compare him with Indian superstar Virat Kohli, who is arguably the best batsman in the world in the past decade. After many years of comparison with Kohli, now compare Babar with the Indian opener Rohit Sharma.
The captain of Pakistan talked about Rohit after leading the team to win the ODI series championship on Wednesday. The right-handed batsman played in three match series, scoring 103, 31 and 94 respectively, helping Pakistan win 2-1. The 26-year-old finished the series with a score of 228, with an average score of 76.
After the game, Babar said that “Rohit Sharma is a different player from me” and played down these comparisons. Babar said that he is playing according to his own strength and is currently working hard to make long shots.
“It seems that Rohit Sharma and I are a different player. I will play according to my strengths. I am working hard for my vision and the idea is to use it when needed. Skills.” PakPassion quoted Babar Azam as saying.
Pakistan beat South Africa in the series decider
Speaking of the third ODI between South Africa and Pakistan, the visitors won the series with a score of 28. First, he was asked to hit the ball. Pakistan scored 320 points with 7 points out of the prescribed 50 games. The formal opener Fakhar Zaman scored 193 goals in the second ODI defeat, 101 goals from 104 goals, and his opening partner Imam-ul-Haq scored 57 goals.
On the other hand, Captain Barbar made 94 fastballs on 82 balls. In the end, Hasan Ali’s excellent 32 cameos helped Pakistan reach 320 points with just 11 goals. In response, South Africa rarely vie for the total, so it went all out to win 292 contestants.
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Last Updated on April 8, 2021