Pakistan’s limited-overs captain Babar Azam has been fed up with the constant comparison with Indian captain Virat Kohli and says that he should be compared to the great batsmen of Pakistan. Babar, who is 6 years younger than Kohli, has a long way to go to reach Kohli’s tremendous record in various formats. The Indian captain has 70 international centuries on his account and averages over 50 in all three formats.
Babar said in an online media session, ‘I would be happier if I am compared to Javed Miandad, Mohammad Yusuf or Younis Khan. Why is my comparison with Kohli or any other Indian? ’Babar has scored 16 international centuries and his average in ODIs and T20s is more than 50 while in Tests he averages 45. Is 12. He also said that he will not target anyone bowler in the upcoming series against England.
He said, ‘I don’t see who the bowler is or what his credibility is. I play every ball based on its quality. England have a great bowler and they will get the benefit of playing at home but in such a challenge I want to score runs. ”Babar said that he wants to score a triple century in a Test match.
He said, ‘When you make a century, you want to convert it into a double century and a double century. I would like to do the same. ”He also said that despite the presence of former captain Sarfraz Ahmed, there is no problem in the Pakistani dressing room. However, he also said that regular wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan will play only while Sarfaraz has been kept in reserve.