Pakistan’s all-format capitalist, Babar Azam, has since his debut in 2015 been one of T20I’s most consistent cricket actors. For the past several years Babar has been the number one T20I batsman in the world, and in 2019, he lost his place to third.
He’s been able to climb the rankings once again with recent performances against South Africa and its first T21 century and a half century. In ICC T20I, he’s now the second most sophisticated batsman.
This was the 18th T20I score of Babar, comprising one century and 17 sixty years in 50 T20I inputs. This was the 17th score of Babar. In T20Is Babar has the best input/plus scores. Babar is currently best at T20I cricket with a minimum of50 T20I inputs played, according to latest statistics, more than fifty after each 2.77 input.
Followed by Indian captain Virat Kohli, who scored 28 half-century times in 84 innings, Babar has an input/fifty-plus score ratio of 3.00.
Let’s look at the top five batsmen with the best score ratio / 50%:
Babar didn’t score big against Zimbabwe in the first T20I, but he will make a solid come back and continue to pull back the top spot in the T20I rankings.