Match Tied (Royal Challengers Bangalore win one-over eliminator)
Top-order batsman Babar Azam has been one of the top performers for the green shirts in recent times as he has also started to find his feet at the Test arena after enjoying huge success in limited overs cricket.
The right-hander recently played one of the best innings of his ODI career as he helped Pakistan triumph against New Zealand in a thrilling contest at Edgbaston, scoring 101 off 127 balls.
While the similarities of the ongoing World Cup with the 1992 mega event were being discussed, Babar Azam was asked if he thinks that Sarfraz Ahmed could also step in politics after winning the World Cup for Pakistan. Babar was quick to respond as he said that Sarfraz would probably become a cricket coach but not a leader of the people, like Imran Khan who is now the Prime Minister of Pakistan after a struggle of 22 years.