Babar Azam Compares Abdullah Shafique With Williamson and Dravid

Babar Azam Compares Abdullah Shafique With Williamson and Dravid

Pakistan’s young batsman Abdullah Shafiq has shown a great performance in the home Test series against Australia. Pakistan Captain Babar Azam Praises Abdullah Shafique and compares him with Kane Williamson and Rahul Dravid, ‘I personally see Abdullah’s stylish batting and of course enjoy it. He plays very well, his running style and the way he plays shots is excellent. ‘

This young man has fascinated everyone by understanding the continuity and the situation. His national teammates are also impressed with his performance. They have Shafiq ‘Rahul Dravid and Ken Williamson’.

Shafiq, 22, scored his first Test century in the first Test against Australia in Rawalpindi. He kept this trend in the next matches as well. Although he could not score a century, he played two innings of 96 and 6 in the second and third Tests respectively.

Speaking to a local media, the Pakistan captain added, “Looking at his batting, why do we all compare him to Williamson and Rahul Dravid. He may be like them in the future. We call him more Dravidian. ‘

There has been a lot of debate between Abdullah Shafiq and Shan Masood about who will play in the upcoming series. However, Babar has given priority to the interests of the party. The final decision will be taken based on the needs of the team, said the Pakistan captain.

Babar said, “In the presence of Abdullah (Shafiq) there may be doubts about the place of opener Shan Masood. Masood is another great batsman. But our main goal in choosing one is the interest of the team. This will be given priority.

Abdullah Shafiq has played 5 Tests and 5 Twenty20s for Pakistan so far. White has scored 546 runs in 9 innings of 5 Tests at an average of 6.38. There are 1 century and 4 half-centuries. Highest innings unbeaten 136. He has scored 41 runs in 3 innings of 3 matches in T20.

 


 

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