Not Virat or Smith, Babar Azam Chosed This Veterans Batter As His Favorite Batsman To Watch Out

In the fifth ODI against New Zealand, Babar Azam got out after scoring only 1 run, but he performed brilliantly in this entire series. He also scored an excellent century in the fourth ODI, the 18th century in his ODI career. Babar scored a century in the fourth ODI against New Zealand, being played in Karachi. He played an inning of 107 runs in 117 balls. This is Babar’s 18th century in ODIs and the best score against New Zealand. Earlier, Babar had scored an unbeaten 101 against New Zealand in 2019. Babar has scored 7th century in ODIs as captain.

Although we all are convinced of Babar Azam’s batting, do you know which player Babar Azam himself likes to watch? He disclosed this in an interview.

During an interview with Cricwick, he was questioned, ” Babar, which player do you like? Whose batting do you like to watch the most?

Baba Azam answered, “I like to watch every batsman. I try to watch the match in every match. Even if I miss, I watch the highlights. I enjoy Kane Williamson a lot. I also like the way Abdullah Shafiq plays. Joe Root is also like a lot.”

Babar Azam further said, “It is fun to watch the batting of Jos Buttler as well. There is a lot of excitement. When he bats, it is a lot of fun too.”

Jos Buttler is performing brilliantly in IPL. He played an inning of 95 runs in the match against Hyderabad in May.

Babar Azam also broke a world record in the fourth ODI against New Zealand. He completed his 5000 runs in ODIs after scoring his 19th run in this match. He became the fastest player to complete 5000 runs in ODIs. Babar has played 97 innings for this. Earlier, this record was in the name of South African batsman Hashim Amla. He achieved this feat in 101 innings. At the same time, former Indian captain Virat Kohli had completed 5 thousand ODI runs in 114 innings.

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