Manchester, August 6
Former England captain Nasser Hussain feels it is time the cricket world adjustments the moniker ‘Fab Four’ to ‘Fab Five’ by together with Pakistan’s Babar Azam in the identical league as Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson.
Australian run-machine Steve Smith and England captain Joe Root full the quartet of contemporary day greats.
“They keep going on about the ‘Fab Four (Kohli, Australia’s Steve Smith, New Zealand’s Kane Williamson and England captain Joe Root) – it’s the ‘Fab Five’ and Babar Azam is in that,” Hussain stated on ‘Sky Sports.
Babar, who has been Pakistan’s finest batsman up to now few years, began the primary Test towards England right here on a vivid notice, scoring an unbeaten 69 off 100 balls by the point dangerous climate stopped play on Day 1.
“I think it is a real shame and it is in part a consequence of Pakistan playing away from home, playing in the UAE all the time in front of no one, Pakistan hiding in the shadow of Indian cricket, not going over and playing IPL cricket, not playing India.”
Babar’s cowl drives have some similarities with Kohli’s and a few think about him even higher in his execution.
“If this lad was Virat Kohli, everyone would be talking about it but because it is Babar Azam, no one is talking about it,” Hussain stated throughout commentary.
“He is young and he is elegant. He has got all the swagger,” he added. PTI