Babar Azam wants to establish his royalty in three Indian challenge-free cricket formats

Babar Azam, the captain of the Pakistan cricket team, continues to dominate the whole world with his game. After ODI and T20, he is moving fast in Test cricket. This is why Babar is the only batsman in the latest ICC rankings to have entered the top 3 in all three formats. Babar overtook Steve Smith of Australia to reach third place in the ICC test standings. In this format, former England captain Joe Root takes first place while Marnus Labuschagne is number two.

Babar has recently played brilliantly in the ongoing Test series against Sri Lanka. In the first innings of the first test match against Sri Lanka, he scored 119 runs in the first innings, in which the team’s score could only be 218 runs. At the same time, he also scored half a century in the second set, thanks to which Pakistan took a 1-0 lead in the series after reaching the target of 343 points.

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Before being ranked number three in Test cricket, Babar said last month that he had a dream of becoming the number one batsman in all three formats in the coming times.

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Babar had said that as a player it was a dream for me to become the number one batsman in all three formats. For that, I have to be completely focused on my game and work hard. It’s not that if you become the number one player in one or two formats, then everything will be easy for you.

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“Even if you become number one in all three formats, you still have to stay fit and on track. At present, cricket is played continuously. The rest time is very short, so you need to keep in shape as much as possible.

Only two Indians in the top 10

Only two Indian players are in the top 10 in the ICC test rankings. Rishabh Pant, who performed well in England, is fifth in the rankings, while Rohit Sharma is at number 9. Virat Kohli, who was number one in this format, slipped to 12th. Meanwhile, Jasprit Bumrah is now in fourth place after falling behind Shaheen Afridi of Pakistan. At the same time, Afridi occupied the third number.

Bumrah played effectively in the rescheduled fifth Test against England. He took five in the two innings but despite this the Indian team faced a crushing defeat by 7 wickets in this match.


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