Virat Kohli is the No. 1 batsman in the world, I shouldn’t be compared with him, says Babar Azam - State Tech News

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Virat Kohli is the No. 1 batsman in the world, I shouldn’t be compared with him, says Babar Azam

Virat Kohli is the No. 1 batsman in the world, I shouldn’t be compared with him, says Babar Azam

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Virat Kohli has ascended to the best levels in world cricket following solid exhibitions crosswise over organizations. He sits second in the Test rankings, top in ODI and T20I rankings and his numbers are regularly used to contrast with different stars in the diversion. Steve Smith, top positioned Test batsman, Kane Williamson, AB de Villiers, Joe Root are regularly named as the main batsmen in world cricket. Kohli's ascent from a youthful and decided batsman to a made head as India captain in all arrangements of the diversion has additionally earned him higher acclaim.




Over the fringe, Babar Azam has risen as one of the rising stars of the amusement and earned a lot of praises by previous and current stars. He has likewise been contrasted with Kohli by Pakistan mentor Mickey Arthur with both coming to bat at No.3 spot supporting the coordinate. Be that as it may, the 23-year-old isn't excited about being drawn into the correlation. Arthur had said that Azam helped him to remember a more youthful Kohli. "He contrasted me and a major player. I figure it shouldn't be finished. However, that is the mentor's reasoning. Perhaps the details toward the begin of our vocations are comparable, however he is the No. 1 batsman on the planet. I need to perform at an abnormal state for Pakistan as well," said Azam in a meeting to ESPNCricinfo.

He additionally clarified that he takes after Kohli, Hashim Amla and his batting saint de Villiers. "I adored watching AB de Villiers in the good 'ol days. I used to tail him nearly. I duplicated him a great deal as well. In the nets, I used to at any rate attempt a portion of the shots he played in the matches. I play regularly. These days I take after Virat Kohli, Hashim Amla, and obviously, de Villiers," he said.

In the India versus Pakistan Champions Trophy Final, Azam scored 46 keeps running off 52 balls where the Men dressed in Green went ahead to guarantee the title in June prior this year. The right-gave Azam has played 36 ODIs so far in his vocation, scoring 1,758 keeps running at a normal of 58.60. He has seven half-hundreds of years and seven hundreds to his name. In the longest organization, he has played 11 coordinates yet hasn't had a similar contact with 475 keeps running at a normal of 23.75.

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