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Babar Azam Short of 37 Runs to Claim First Position in ODI Rankings To Replace Virat Kohli



Babar Azam Short of 37 Runs to Claim First Position in ODI Rankings To Replace Virat Kohli

Pakistani Cricketer Babar Azam starred hundreds of help necessary ICC Cricket World Cup Super League point in their match against South Africa.

His outstanding talent led him to be in second place in the ODI ranking.

Pakistan sealed an impressive 3 wicket win over South Africa in first ODI match.

As India is not currently slated to play ODI matches in the near future, Virat Kohli will not overtake the first spot in ICC ODI rankings.

He will now be busy in IPL matches and then travel to England for a 5-match test series. Thus, his position might be taken over by the highly talented Babar Azam, who has had his eyes set on the first rank for quite some time.

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Lucky for him, it is his time to shine! With only 37 runs required to move from second to the first position, Babar Azam will leave a mark as an exceptional cricket player in Pakistan cricket history.

But it does not just stop here! Babar Azam has pulled out all the big guns and played to his full potential this cricket season.

In fact, he has left Kohli, Quinton de Kock, and Hashim Amla behind and has become the fastest batsman to score 13 ODI centuries! He did this in only 76 innings while it took his rivals Amla and Kohli 83 and 86 innings, respectively.

Kohli stands at spot number 1 with a whopping 857 points. However, Babar Azam is just at his tail with 837 points at second position.

Babar Azam’s sensational cricket skills have led him to become the pride of Pakistan. He has a special place in every Pakistan cricket lover’s heart.

Source: Openskynews

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