Babar Azam shatters yet another Kohli world record in latest T20I rankings boost | Cricket

Pakistani skipper Babar Azam, who has written his name in the history books for the world record for T20I cricket, has continued to break the world record for the first time overtaking former India captain Virat Kohli. In the ICC T20I ranking.

Babar now holds the record for the highest number of records in the ICC T20I list for a long time. Their number is now 1030 days to Wednesday, June 29. Kohli holds the previous record of 1013 days in the last decade.

Babar is currently at the top of the white-ball cricket rankings according to the ICC list and is eager to take the No. 1 spot in Test cricket.

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“No. 1 in all formats as a player. Becoming 1 is a dream and you have to focus on it and put in the hard work. Baber told me earlier this month that if you are a top player in one or two formats, you go easy. “If you want to be No. 1 out of three, you have to keep yourself fit and on track. There is back-to-back cricket and the gap is less. For that, you have to be extra fit.

“This is something I have been preparing for. It is going well with the white ball and I hope to be able to perform well in the Test as well.”

Meanwhile, T20I cricket has witnessed a slight change in the rankings released by the ICC on Wednesday, with Indian opener Ishaan Kishan missing a place at number seven on the list.


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