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Do not overtake Virat Kohli, this is the dream of Pakistan captain Babar Azam

New Delhi, Online Desk. Babar Azam, the world’s number one batsman in ODI and T20 formats, is often compared to former Indian captain Virat Kohli. Recently, Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Dinesh Karthik also praised Babar Azam. Talking in the ICC review, he had said that Babar could be the batsman to achieve the number one ranking in all three formats.

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Talking about the Test rankings, he is at the best position of his career at number 5

At present, Babar Azam is the number one batsman in the ICC rankings in ODI and T20 cricket. Talking about the Test rankings, he is at the best position of his career at number 5. Currently, he is behind Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Kane Williamson and former England captain Joe Root. Babar Azam’s dream is to become the number one batsman in all three formats of cricket in the coming times.

The Pakistan captain has said that it is a dream as a player to become the number one batsman in all formats of cricket. For this you will need to work hard along with being focused. It’s not like you’re number one in one or two formats, so take things easy.”

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“If you have to be No. 1 among the three, you have to keep yourself fit and on track. There is back-to-back cricket and the intervals are short. For that you need to be extra fit,” he added.

He said that he is preparing for this thing. Going well in white ball, hopefully good in Test cricket as well.

What did Babur say on his opponents?

Babar Azam told what is his plan before any series? He said that he always plays series against a country with the intention of doing a clean sweep. Be it Australia team or West Indies team.

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