Babar Azam Pakistan

Danish Kaneria criticized Babar Azam and urged people to avoid equating the 28-year-old with Virat Kohli because the former spinner believes the captain is unfit for duty.

In the third Test against England in Karachi on Tuesday, Pakistan descended to a new low, losing thrashing to the English to finish the series 3-0 up. Azam became the first Pakistani captain in history to suffer four defeats in a row at home in a Test match.

Kaneria made the remark as the third Test match between England and Pakistan was still going on in Karachi. With eight wickets left to fall, the tourists need 55 runs to complete a humiliating sweep of the Babar-led team.

Danish Kaneria, a former Pakistan spinner, attacked Babar Azam for his poor leadership and batting during the current Test series against England. He claimed that no player in the current Pakistani batting order should be compared to Indian greats Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

Kaneria made the remark as the third Test match between Pakistan and England was still going on in Karachi. With eight wickets still to fall, the tourists need 55 runs to annihilate the Babar-led team on home turf.

Remarks about Babar Azam

“Stop equating Babar Azam with Virat Kohli, people. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are two very significant players. No player on Pakistan’s team can be compared to them. They will become a king if you get them to talk.

“They won’t have any output when you ask them to generate any, “He mentioned something to his YouTube channel. Kaneria also criticized Babar’s performance as a leader in the Test series.

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“As captain, Babar Azam is a glaring failure. He is unfit to serve as team captain. In particular, when it comes to Test cricket, he is not qualified to serve as team captain.

“By observing Brendon McCullum and Ben Stokes throughout the series, he had a strong chance to pick up the captaincy. He also had the option of setting his ego aside and asking Sarfaraz Ahmed for advice on how to captain,” he stated.

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