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    [VIDEO] "Virat Kohli is a very big player, I don't think I am anywhere close to him" : Babar Azam

    "People compare me with Kohli but I think he is a very big player, I don't think I am anywhere close to him, I have just started out and he's achieved a lot. I still have to do that, if my performances are up to that level then you can compare but right now there is no comparison"

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    Well said! Stay humble and keep working hard!

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    I hope he turns into a superstar and one of the greatest bats like Kohli in due time.. Pakistan is long overdue to put a superstar on the field.


    "Everything else seems so superfluous." ~ Albert Einstein on the Bhagavad-Gita

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    I presume this was some PSL related function. Poor guy must be bored of getting asked about this every time. Atleast i am bored. Questionnaire should be better.

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    Well said Bobs

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    Great from Babar azam .he surely admires and respect King kohli which is right attitude

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    Remain humble and keep working hard. The rest is not in your hands. Forget Kohli, I believe every upcoming young batsman from Pakistan needs to learn on what not to be from Ahmed Shehzad and Umar Akmal


    If there is a better batsman than Sachin then he hasnít arrived yet: Viv Richards

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeed5646 View Post
    Great from Babar azam .he surely admires and respect King kohli which is right attitude
    But according to @Aman, only Indians call him King Kohli and he absolutely despises it.

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    To be fair to Babar, he has never hyped himself up. The comparisons with Kohli have only come from bitter Pakistani fans.

    Kohli is the greatest Limited Overs batsman of all time and among the top 5 greatest batsmen ever. Babar will achieve great things for Pakistan if he leaves behind half the legacy Kohli will.

    His first aim should be to surpass the likes of Miandad, Inzamam, MoYo and Younis. He definitely has the ability and time to cement himself as Pakistanís greatest batsman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    I presume this was some PSL related function. Poor guy must be bored of getting asked about this every time. Atleast i am bored. Questionnaire should be better.
    we have one of the most pathetic sports journalist .we need some one like MS or kohli who knows who to tackle stupid question from journalist

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeed5646 View Post
    we have one of the most pathetic sports journalist .we need some one like MS or kohli who knows who to tackle stupid question from journalist
    I am pretty sure than Irfan Pathan went through the same ordeal with Wasim Akram being the comparison. But that turned out to be false alarm

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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    But according to @Aman, only Indians call him King Kohli and he absolutely despises it.
    why he is undisputed king whose competition are no way near him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeed5646 View Post
    why he is undisputed king whose competition are no way near him.
    To be honest, the King Kohli name is super cringey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    But according to @Aman, only Indians call him King Kohli and he absolutely despises it.
    I said it's really cringey.

    Same case for Lebron and Ronaldo even though they're far bigger stars and personalities.


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    Don't worry bro. Your other thread allows for rain. Maybe it will save you?

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    Babar lacks the power hitting game and the ability to really turn it on at the end to take the match hands on and win the match single handedly.

    That's the biggest factor for me

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    Good to see humility from him.
    " Hoga apne Ghar ka Kohli" from another player was cringeworthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savak View Post
    Babar lacks the power hitting game and the ability to really turn it on at the end to take the match hands on and win the match single handedly.

    That's the biggest factor for me
    For the power hitters to rule the roost, a cool, calm and technically superior run accumulator is needed. So Babar should concentrate on strike rotation more than power. Player like Babar when going for power looses their perfect bat holding. Laxman is an example. Rahane as well.

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    Very humble. He can become the greatest Pak player.

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    I like Babar can't believe he's related to Akmals

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    Very well spoken and humble person. This kid has future as I have repeatedly said in the past.


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    It is this humility and level headedness that should make Bobby one of the greatest ever batsmen in cricket by the time he retires. He has all the tools needed to reach there.

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    Generally, there's a lot of respect between Indian and Pakistani players from all eras. A few outliers do exist but Imran was a massive fan of both Kapil and Gavaskar to say the least and that respect transcended within the team. There are countless quotes from ex-players who said that Imran would say, watch Gavaskar bat and bat like him.

    Hanif was an ardent supporter of Sachin and time and again praised Sachin's craft and talent. Dravid too was well respected and so were Kumble and Srinath. Ganguly was someone Khan liked and Ganguly himself has mentioned that Imran actually met him and said positive things that motivated him when Ganguly's cricketing career was in turmoil.

    Sarfaraz recently admitted about team India being senior and better and it's a common view shared among the active cricketing fraternity. Some ex-players have issues, and a section of general public veers borderline eccentric in their comprehension abilities but the respect for Indian players is generally there in the minds of Pakistani cricket fans.

    Kohli has won a world-cup, a champions tropy, captains the number one test team, beaten Australia in Australia, and taken the road-map of team India to an altogether new level and that's something that makes him almost bigger than the game at this moment.

    There's no comparison with him as his star stands alone ahead of all his adversaries, and it's good that Babar understands that and has never fallen for the fake hype created by some very limited vision individuals.


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    Well said Babar, seems a calm and humble guy, admirable traits.

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    The zillionth time he has been asked that and the zillionth time he has negated.The poor lad.

    Credit to him that he has not let this get to his head because with the amount of unnecessary hype around this topic might actually make any regular star start believing it himself.Kudos to him for staying humble.

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    That question though...

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    Good response by Babar. He should focus on his game and keep improving with time. There is always something to learn. It never ends, whatever your age be.

    He should keep himself away from these comparisons which can only distract him and should be specific on his goals rather.

    One of the best young players going around without any shadow of doubt.

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    Good response. Just concentrate on your own game and don’t worry about comparisons.

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    Good stuff. Stay grounded, work hard and establish your own legacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    To be fair to Babar, he has never hyped himself up. The comparisons with Kohli have only come from bitter Pakistani fans.

    Kohli is the greatest Limited Overs batsman of all time and among the top 5 greatest batsmen ever. Babar will achieve great things for Pakistan if he leaves behind half the legacy Kohli will.

    His first aim should be to surpass the likes of Miandad, Inzamam, MoYo and Younis. He definitely has the ability and time to cement himself as Pakistanís greatest batsman.
    This is similar to how people want Bumrah to turn out as. He might not be the next Akram, younis, Ambrose etc. But he is on track to becoming the best fast bowler india's ever produced. However, his action will really test him.
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    Humble lad is Babar.

    I just hope he stays that way.

    Very intelligent comments regarding the comparison with Kohli.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Humble lad is Babar.

    I just hope he stays that way.

    Very intelligent comments regarding the comparison with Kohli.
    When you say it, we believe it. We know you know every Pak player from experience while interacting with them. I still remember what you said about Shehzad even before he made his debut. And everything you said about him came out to be true.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    For the power hitters to rule the roost, a cool, calm and technically superior run accumulator is needed. So Babar should concentrate on strike rotation more than power. Player like Babar when going for power looses their perfect bat holding. Laxman is an example. Rahane as well.
    Actually a player like Inzi is the perfect role model, he was the best example on how to bat ball to ball, would take singles at will in the middle, run 2's and 3's, put the bad balls away, would operate a SR of 80 plus in the middle and would go beserk at the end. Even Yousaf operated at the same level and philosophy.

    This is what is missing in our batsmen overall. The ability to play to the situation, to consolidate by playing risk free cricket and still scoring 5 runs per over, really turning it on at the death. It was as if our batting culture became extinct once we lost Inzi and Yousaf.

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    Pakistan should be grateful we finally have a consistently performing player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savak View Post
    Actually a player like Inzi is the perfect role model, he was the best example on how to bat ball to ball, would take singles at will in the middle, run 2's and 3's, put the bad balls away, would operate a SR of 80 plus in the middle and would go beserk at the end. Even Yousaf operated at the same level and philosophy.

    This is what is missing in our batsmen overall. The ability to play to the situation, to consolidate by playing risk free cricket and still scoring 5 runs per over, really turning it on at the death. It was as if our batting culture became extinct once we lost Inzi and Yousaf.
    For all the plaudits over his ability to play pace, Inzamam was a failure against the best pace attacks of his era. He has one hundred against Australia and South Africa collectively in over a hundred innings.

    He did well against the WI but he would always lose it mentally against bowlers like McGrath, Pollock, Donald, Lee, Gillespie etc.

    He also failed to deliver in the 96, 99 and 2003 World Cups when the team banked on him as the main batsman.

    In ODIs, he never took responsibility to bat in the top 3 and take control of the innings. I believe that Pakistan would have done a lot better in ODIs in the 2000s with MoYo opening and Inzamam batting at 3.

    Babar is already taking more responsibility than Inzamam by batting at 3 and opening in T20s in a shaky lineup. There are only two things he needs to learn from Inzamamís game - pacing his innings and chasing big totals.

    Pakistan was a solid chasing unit under Inzamamís captaincy. We chased 300+ multiple times against the likes of India and Sri Lanka in that era.

    Inzamam was a lazy player who never had the drive and determination to be the best player he can be. He was happy to be below the league of Tendulkar, Lara and Ponting and didnít seem eager to break into that category.

    For Pakistanís sake, Babar needs to be more ambitious and dedicated than Inzamam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    For all the plaudits over his ability to play pace, Inzamam was a failure against the best pace attacks of his era. He has one hundred against Australia and South Africa collectively in over a hundred innings.

    He did well against the WI but he would always lose it mentally against bowlers like McGrath, Pollock, Donald, Lee, Gillespie etc.

    He also failed to deliver in the 96, 99 and 2003 World Cups when the team banked on him as the main batsman.

    In ODIs, he never took responsibility to bat in the top 3 and take control of the innings. I believe that Pakistan would have done a lot better in ODIs in the 2000s with MoYo opening and Inzamam batting at 3.

    Babar is already taking more responsibility than Inzamam by batting at 3 and opening in T20s in a shaky lineup. There are only two things he needs to learn from Inzamamís game - pacing his innings and chasing big totals.

    Pakistan was a solid chasing unit under Inzamamís captaincy. We chased 300+ multiple times against the likes of India and Sri Lanka in that era.

    Inzamam was a lazy player who never had the drive and determination to be the best player he can be. He was happy to be below the league of Tendulkar, Lara and Ponting and didnít seem eager to break into that category.

    For Pakistanís sake, Babar needs to be more ambitious and dedicated than Inzamam.
    I believe Inzy did bat at the no. 3 spot for a short while - I think in the early 2000ís. But he shifted back to no. 4 in the 2003 WC

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    Itís so good to see Babar Azam doing well and hopefully heíll reach greater heights inshallah. As fans we have been hearing of him since he was 16 or so.

    Iíd always believed that if Babar Azam didnít do well and be a success internationally then we might as well just wrap up our domestic cricket structure and seal the National Cricket Academy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    For all the plaudits over his ability to play pace, Inzamam was a failure against the best pace attacks of his era. He has one hundred against Australia and South Africa collectively in over a hundred innings.

    He did well against the WI but he would always lose it mentally against bowlers like McGrath, Pollock, Donald, Lee, Gillespie etc.

    He also failed to deliver in the 96, 99 and 2003 World Cups when the team banked on him as the main batsman.

    In ODIs, he never took responsibility to bat in the top 3 and take control of the innings. I believe that Pakistan would have done a lot better in ODIs in the 2000s with MoYo opening and Inzamam batting at 3.

    Babar is already taking more responsibility than Inzamam by batting at 3 and opening in T20s in a shaky lineup. There are only two things he needs to learn from Inzamam’s game - pacing his innings and chasing big totals.

    Pakistan was a solid chasing unit under Inzamam’s captaincy. We chased 300+ multiple times against the likes of India and Sri Lanka in that era.

    Inzamam was a lazy player who never had the drive and determination to be the best player he can be. He was happy to be below the league of Tendulkar, Lara and Ponting and didn’t seem eager to break into that category.

    For Pakistan’s sake, Babar needs to be more ambitious and dedicated than Inzamam.
    Trust you to go out of your way to denigrate any Pakistani player. Call Inzamam what you want i.e. Lazy, under achiever, few people will dispute that but we will kill to have someone like Inzamam in the present team right now. Same goes for Yousaf as well.

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    He is being truthful not humble. Kohli is a match winner where as Babar mostly losses his wicket at the wrong time. He is an average player again talked up by Pak people like we always do. Kohli is on a different planet to Babar, it's not even close.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PakLFC View Post
    He is being truthful not humble. Kohli is a match winner where as Babar mostly losses his wicket at the wrong time. He is an average player again talked up by Pak people like we always do. Kohli is on a different planet to Babar, it's not even close.
    This post is wrong on so many levels that I donít know where to start

    The only correct thing is that yes,Kohli is on a differnet planet to him

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    Damn Babar, totally not providing any entertainment to us.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slog View Post
    This post is wrong on so many levels that I don’t know where to start

    The only correct thing is that yes,Kohli is on a differnet planet to him
    It may appear wrong to most Pak people like you who believe Babar is world class. You probably believe for Imad to be world class as well!


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    Babar is being humble as usual. When the fact remains that he can teach Kohli a thing or two about winning important matches like CT17 Final.

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    I feel bad for Babar, he must be really tired of comparisons to Kohli. Journalists are total trash
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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    For the power hitters to rule the roost, a cool, calm and technically superior run accumulator is needed. So Babar should concentrate on strike rotation more than power. Player like Babar when going for power looses their perfect bat holding. Laxman is an example. Rahane as well.
    Very good inside out point. I always think why babar not able to hit with power as he is around 25. I hope he will not cross his limits circle for just big hitting which may destroy his major primary skills.

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    Babar is more talented than Kohli, no comparisons whatsoever!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ganju Baba View Post
    Babar is being humble as usual. When the fact remains that he can teach Kohli a thing or two about winning important matches like CT17 Final.
    Babar hardly starred in CT17 final

    Also Kohli has also won CT and done well in the final. He has won a WC too


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    Talented and level headed person, more often than not, do well in life. Wish Babar remains on the same track, he will end up as Pakistan's greatest batsman.

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    Choata Akmal & Ahmed Bradman should take note.. Boby is going great & will only improve since he’s hard working & humble.


    Waiting for the day when there will be no p....i player in a green shirt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    When you say it, we believe it. We know you know every Pak player from experience while interacting with them. I still remember what you said about Shehzad even before he made his debut. And everything you said about him came out to be true.
    Maybe that's why Shehzad wanted to fight me

    Anyway, I don't want to derail this thread.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Maybe that's why Shehzad wanted to fight me

    Anyway, I don't want to derail this thread.
    What on earth did you just say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    What on earth did you just say?
    http://www.pakpassion.net/ppforum/showthread.php?218296
    Last edited by Abdullah719; 13th February 2019 at 03:06.


    #MPGA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    What on earth did you just say?
    Lmao I remember this. Good times. Also the hellfire to Dilshan haha.

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    Future Pakistan captain.I would make him Pakistan test captain now.Unlike Umar Akmal who ran way from top order this guy is a legit top order player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romali_rotti View Post
    I hope he turns into a superstar and one of the greatest bats like Kohli in due time.. Pakistan is long overdue to put a superstar on the field.
    The ingredients are all there. He has good support from the PCB brass and the coaching management. He works hard based on how he's improved. All he needs now is to carry on avoiding all the noise. He is one match defining innings in a big game away from superstardom which he richly deserves.

    Sometimes I wonder if Babar played the innings in CT final that Fakhar Zaman did, he would have been on another level already. He just needs that mental boost. He's a much much better player than Fakhar who has clearly regressed.

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    A cool calm babar what we need.
    He is going well.

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    KL Rahul should learn from Babar Azam.

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    Of topic - LOL is this for real? What did Saj do to **** of mr wannabe kholi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaag Viru Bhaag View Post
    KL Rahul should learn from Babar Azam.
    Learn what? KL is a very calm and a grounded man. There was never a problem with his attitude.


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