Azharuddin began to see a glimpse of the great batsman of the future in Babar Azam.
The former Indian captain says that if young cricketers continue to move forward with consistency, they can accomplish many feats. Every player has his own era and temperament. I don’t think it is right to compare Babar with anyone, including Virat Kohli. SL will give impetus to new talent in Pakistan to move forward, talks between governments will resume mutual cricket of neighboring countries, Australia will not host T20 World Cup in the situation created by Corona Wanted, in the current situation, England made the best arrangements for the revival of international cricket, other countries will also have the opportunity to learn about precautionary measures. According to details, while talking in the program “Cricket Corner with Saleem Khaliq” of Pakistan Cricket’s biggest website www.cricketpakistan.com.pk, Azharuddin said that Babar Azam is a very good cricketer.
He has the potential to make a place in the great batsmen of Pakistan, he is still young and he has a lot of cricket left, if he continues to move forward with consistency, he can accomplish many feats. To a question, the former India captain said that it is not right to compare Babar Azam with Virat Kohli, everyone is the best player of his time and he has his own temperament, I am not in favor of comparison, whatever his batting is good. Should be enjoyed and appreciated.
He said that cricket is being played in Pakistan because of PSL, the biggest thing is that watching these competitions in the country will inspire new talent to move forward. On the prospects of future Pak-India matches, he said that it was a matter for the governments, adding that the series could be possible only if talks were started between the two neighboring countries. To a question, Azharuddin said that the Australian government did not want to host the T20 World Cup in Corona’s situation, which is why the ICC postponed the mega event. Decided, there are no spectators in the stadium but they are getting a chance to watch cricket on TV, the broadcasting rights agreements have also survived, other countries can also learn a lot from England regarding precautionary measures.