Ever since his debut, batting sensation Babar Azam has been touted as the next batting hero of Pakistan. The proficient player registered many stunning outings across the three formats of the game. As a result, he averages in excess of 50 in the limited-overs cricket while his red-ball numbers are also attracting a lot of attention.
With this, it is only natural to see his fan-base swelling and the recent man to enter the club is none other than former New Zealand cricketer Danny Morrison. Reviewing the skills of the 25-year old batter, the cricketer turned commentator shared jubilation and lauded Babar’s balance, poise at the crease and his ability to counter tough situations. Moreover, the Kiwi star considers himself fortunate to witness Babar’s rise in international cricket.
“Babar Azam sits as the top-ranked T20I batsman of the cricketing world. I really love watching him play because of his exceptional wrist work. I was also fortunate to cover a lot of cricket in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the last 10 years. This allowed me to see the development of this extremely talented batsman,” Morrison said while lionizing skills of Pakistan’s T20I skipper.