Virat Kohli is bigger than me, I respect him, said Pakistani captain Babar Azam before the big match


Pallekele: Pakistan captain Babar Azam on Friday dismissed talk of pressure on his team, saying they will rely on their experience in Sri Lankan conditions to do well against India in their Asia Cup match. Pakistan played a two-match Test series in Sri Lanka in July and then several of its players stayed back to play in the Lanka Premier League (LPL), including Babar Azam.

After the LPL, Pakistan defeated Afghanistan 3-0 in the three-match ODI series. Babar said that his team is in good shape from this tour. Babar said during the pre-match press conference, ‘We are here since July. We played Test matches, played some league (LPL) matches and then played ODIs (against Afghanistan). We are hoping that this experience will help us against India tomorrow.

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Babar Azam dismissed the talk of pressure regarding the India-Pakistan match, saying that he is focusing only on the match instead of outside things. “There is no added pressure. Yes, India vs Pakistan match is always full of emotions. But we have experienced players and we just need to focus on our strengths and do well.

‘Virat Kohli vs Babar Azam’ has become a favorite topic of cricket discussions in recent times, but Babar said he respects the former Indian skipper. Babar said, ‘I respect Virat Kohli. He is elder to me and I have always respected him. When I started playing, I talked to him and I got help from him. I don’t know what people outside talk about, leave these things to them.’

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