Babar Azam lashed out at former Pakistan cricketer Tanvir Ahmed, who steered him to beef up his English talking talents amongst different issues to transform an entire captain. Responding to Tanvir’s feedback, , stated: “I play cricket. I’m really not a gora, who is sure to grasp English utterly. Sure, I’m finding out the language concurrently however it’s an ongoing procedure and one wishes time to get well at it,” Azam will also be heard announcing in a video tweeted through a Pakistani sports activities journalist, Abdul Ghaffar.
Babar Azam about his Comparability with Virat Kohli & Cast Quilt pressure (answer) about complaint on his English (Language)
Video by the use of PCB
— Abdul Ghaffar (@GhaffarDawnNews)
Tanvir Ahmed, who performed simply performed 5 Checks, two ODIs and a T20I for Pakistan, after he got here up with a extraordinary record of items for Pakistan’s restricted overs skipper to paintings on.
In a video posted through Saj Sadiq, a Pakistani cricket author, Ahmed stated must “beef up his English, paintings on his persona and alter his dressing sense”.
India celebrity Virat Kohli and Babar Azam are the one two avid gamers to boast of a median of above 50 amongst avid gamers that experience performed over 30 T20Is, which ceaselessly results in comparisons between the 2 avid gamers.
The 25-year-old batsman additionally spread out about what he feels about this consistent comparability with the Indian skipper.
“To start with, the comparability which is being made, it is going to be higher if it does not occur. He (Virat) is a unique form of participant, and I’m a unique form of participant. I all the time attempt to assist my workforce win with my performances,” Babar stated.
Babar Azam has been one in all Pakistan’s standout performers throughout codecs lately.
The 25-year-old has already performed 74 ODIs for Pakistan, scoring 3,359 runs at a median of 54.17 with 11 centuries and 15 half-centuries to his title.
He has additionally made 38 appearances for Pakistan in T20Is, scoring 1,471 runs at a median of 50.72.