Top 5 batsman of Pakistan: Despite the fact that England created cricket, few countries contributed more to the game’s growth than Pakistan, as seen by the large number of legendary Pakistani cricket players. One of the few nations where cricket is the most popular sport is Pakistan. Given that it has produced so many greats, the nation has a unique bond with the sport.
Here are Top 5 batsman of Pakistan
Inzamam ul Haq
Inzamam-ul-Haq embodied a harmonious blend of power and nuance. Power was
expected, but for a man of his size, great touch was astounding. He detested physical
activity and frequently appeared to be a passenger in life, but all of a sudden, he
became energised when he held a willow in his hands. He was particularly strong off
his legs, played strokes all around the wicket, and unleashed vicious pulls and lofted
drives. He was deemed the world’s best batsman against speed by Imran Khan.
Younis Khan, one of Pakistan’s greatest batsmen of the contemporary era, is the type
of person who thrives under pressure. His quality and class are undeniable, as
evidenced by his Test average of over fifty, triple century, historic double century
against India in India, and masterful rearguard partnership that sealed Pakistan’s 3-0
Test victory over England. Along with being one of Pakistan’s best fielders, he bowls a
solid slow-medium pace. Younis has had success as a captain, having helped Pakistan
win the world Twenty20 championship in 2009.
There aren’t many Pakistani batsmen who have been as graceful as Muhammad
Yousuf, and even fewer who have been as productive and driven to bat as hard and
long.When Yousuf is at his best, it’s a strangely peaceful experience to watch him bat,
especially in the midst of the usual turmoil that is Pakistan’s batting order. Due to his
extremely high backlift, every shot he plays is a stunning, late-night mental process.
The feet require some time to warm up, but once they do, they dance alongside the
greatest of them. His most captivating regions are the square and the off-side space
The best batsman Pakistan has ever produced is Javed Miandad. When Pakistan’s first
Test captain and powerful administrator Abdul Hafeez Kardar saw Miandad as a
teenage player in the early 1970s, he had little doubts and memorably called him “the
find of the decade.” As a fantastic debut series against New Zealand in 1976 began to
demonstrate, he wasn’t incorrect.
Babar Azam, a right-hand top-order batsman who is renowned for his composure and
discipline, established himself as a long-term member of Pakistan’s batting lineup in
2016 with three straight hundreds in one-day internationals against the West Indies in
the United Arab Emirates and a ninety-nine in his third Test match in Hamilton. That
was when he was 22 years old.
Writer : Hammad Butt