Who is former Australian pacer Brett Lee’s favourite Pakistani batter?
Australia’s former pacer Brett Lee has printed that Pakistan skipper Babar Azam is his favourite batter, announcing that he is additionally partial to his quilt force.
Speaking throughout an interview, Lee stated: “My favourite batsman from Pakistan is Babar Azam, beautiful cover drive.”
Azam changed into the quickest participant to attain 9,000 runs in T20 cricket throughout the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 8 eliminator towards Islamabad United on Thursday in Lahore.
Before the fit, Azam wanted 35 runs to reach the milestone which he did comfortably courtesy some preferrred pictures. The right-hander took handiest 27 innings to transport from 8,000 to 9,000 runs within the shortest structure of the sport.
Earlier, former Australian cricketer, Ricky Ponting mentioned that Azam’s perfect shape with the bat and as a captain is nonetheless forward of him.
“I think Babar’s still got a little bit of improvement to come, which is a pretty scary thought with what he’s been able to do, pretty much across all three formats over the last three, four years,” Ponting had stated, after Babar gained the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricketer of the Year for the primary time and ODI Cricketer of the Year for the second one instantly 12 months.
“I like gazing him play. I believe there’s some room for growth, let’s hope we see it.
“I’m sure with a bit more experience under his belt, like he’s done with his batting, I’m sure he’ll find the right way to lead and be a very successful captain of Pakistan.”
Lee additionally picked mythical Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram over Australian bowling nice Glenn McGrath.
Akram is Pakistan’s maximum a hit speedy bowler with 414 Test and 502 one-day global wickets.