Babar needs to think about winning, feels Ramiz Raja
"He has the potential to even beat Kohli but he needs to free up his mind and not think about losing. As soon as he does that and thinks about scoring runs and winning, he will be a great player," Ramiz said.
In the last calendar year, Babar Azam was the third highest run-scorer across formats, having scored 2,082 runs in 36 matches at 57.83. His counterpart Virat Kohli led the tally with 2,455 runs at 64.60. Rohit Sharma held the number two spot, tallying 2,442 runs.