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Rashid Latif Feels He Can Win A World Cup Just With Virat Kohli And Babar Azam
By CricShots - Apr 7, 2022 9:32 am
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Former Pakistan, Test cricketer Rashid Latif has been known for rating Pakistani skipper Babar Azam and former Indian skipper, Virat Kohli very highly. In a Youtube show, the former cricketer said he can win the World Cup with Babar Azam, Virat Kohli, and nine pieces of wood stick.

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Virat Kohli congratulating Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan

In a video shared by Rashod Latif on Twitter, he was heard saying, “Give me Babar Azam, Virat Kohli and nine pieces of wood and I will win you the World Cup.”

Babar, 27, recently led his team to a historic ODI series win against Australia after 20 years at home. The skipper scored back-to-back centuries in his team’s magnificent run in the 50-overs-format series. However, Kohli is a little out of form, having left India’s captaincy last year, and had often proved himself as the world’s number one batter.

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It is cognizance of the fact that Babar Azam and Virat Kohli have been the best batters in modern-day cricket. Both the batters have set a great example in the modern era. Moreover, they have been an inspiration to youngsters around the world. Both of them are quite consistent when it comes to batting. They are known for their ability to score runs in any situation. This is what sets them apart from most other batters of this generation.

In fact, Babar Azam and Virat Kohli have perfected the art of scoring boundaries in the most elegant manner. Both of them enjoy huge fandom around the world. While Babar Azam is the captain of the Pakistan cricket team across formats, Virat Kohli has been relieved of captaincy duties at Team India.

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Babar Azam was recently involved in the only T20I against Australia. Under his captaincy, Australia defeated the host in solitary. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli is currently representing Royal Challengers Bangalore in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League. 

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