Babar Azam and Virat Kohli are frequently compared, and this debate never ends.
Imam-ul-Haq and Shahid Afridi, two former Pakistani captains, have joined the discussion.
They openly acknowledged that the current Pakistan captain has to perform better in order to be compared to Kohli and AB de Villiers.
Babar, 28, has a stellar international cricket resume. He has accumulated 11864 runs at an average of 49.84 in 272 games throughout the three formats of the game,
including 28 hundreds and 80 half-centuries. Imam, Babar's teammate, claims that the captain is aware that he needs to exert much more dominance to be regarded as a match-winner.
During a conversation on Samaa TV, Imam disclosed:
Because I know him [Babar Azam], and this has come up in our conversations. Babar concurs as well. 'I've played enough cricket,
I need to bring more authority and command to my game so that I complete matches instead of leaving them midway,' he adds.