The most recent couple of months in world cricket has seen a three-way fight for the best position in the ICC world positioning in the T20I design. Pakistan commander Babar Azam has long ruled the best position, with his rule enduring north of 100 days before his colleague and opening accomplice Mohammad Rizwan assumed control over the privileged position. Yet, the two Pakistan hitters have confronted a danger from Suryakumar Yadav for the best position with the India player standing simply inches away. Prior last week, Rizwan opened upon his fight with Suryakumar for the No.1 positioning and on Thursday, Babar expressed his opinion on the three-way battle.
Addressing the press after Pakistan’s persuading win against Bangladesh in the progressing tri-series in Christchurch, Babar was requested from his perspective on the fight for the No.1 spot in T20I rankings. Babar conceded that while the rankings are a significant lift for a cricketer on a singular level with the best position being very nearly a fantasy for most players, the center remaining parts in winning the counterparts for the group.
Rizwan was posed similar inquiry after his 50 years thump against New Zealand. He had said, “Great player hain Suryakumar Yadav. Jis tarah se woh khelte hain, mujhe bohot pasand he. Magar jaha tak cheezen he and different tarike se dekha jae kyunki center request and top request mukhtalif cheezen hain. Kabhi No.1 ke liye socha nahi hain jo request he Pakistan ki woh pura karne ki koshish kar raha hu. No.1 or Man of the Match, aise kuch cheeze hain jo negative fundamental le jati hain. Standard principal sochta nehi hu.”