Pakistan has shown the sheer performance and has sent an open challenge to every other national side of their rise in white-ball formats.
Pakistan played dominantly against the Windies but it is just a matter of time until we witness Pakistan reach to Top 3 in the ODIs ranking. Pakistan has moved to position 4 as India’s ranking dropped by 1 after the dominance against West Indies made Pakistan whitewash their visitors.
Talking about the skipper as a priority, Babar Azam is truly leading his side from the front as the consistency in all three formats has benefited team Pakistan to assure a top-order with confidence in the captain.
Imam assists his captain well and is still breaking records as he scored his seventh consecutive half-century and becomes the second player on the list which such consistent performance. Babar’s sequence broke after getting out on 1 last day but still plays with a lot of confidence.
Babar Azam was on the run for consecutive centuries which was broken after the skipper got out on 77 in the second ODI and then the half-century’s run stopped after Babar got out on 1 run.
Pakistan is focusing on all three formats but has to remind the management about the T20 World Cup which was an unlucky exit for team Pakistan after Wade stood as the top performer against Asia’s greens.
Shaheen’s start to strike three epic wickets of India’s top order to getting smashed 3 sixes in a single over by Wade has been a roller coaster for the young bowler.
Pakistan’s team is producing different valuable players by the end of every match which is a good sign for the team.