The all-format Captain of Pakistan, Babar Azam, failed, despite making half a century in the single match in the four-game series against the West Indians, to climb the ICC T20I batsman’s classification. Babar kept the number two but lost 14 leaderboards since, in the last three T20Is, he did not fight.
The world’s number one ODI batsman also had the opportunity of becoming a global leader in T20I if he had the chance to fight the whole series. In the second T20I, Babar dropped three T20Is owing to rain but led his crew to a 1:0 win and played a 51-strike knock.
Babar was the number two T20I batsman with 833 scoring points before the start of the series. After the end of the series, Dawid Malan, the world’s number one batsman with T20I, holds 819 points and is 22 points. The skipper Aaron Finch, who has 795 scoring points, is followed by Babar.
In Pakistan’s next T20I series, planned against New Zealand in September, Babar will have the opportunity to enhance his T20I ranking. The series is not confirmed officially, but at least three T20Is are anticipated for New Zealand to visit Pakistan.
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