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Pakistan batsman Babar Azam has insisted that there is always room for improvement and that he never sees himself as a perfect player.
Azam was Pakistan’s best batsman at the World Cup as he accumulated 474 runs in eight matches, which included a century and three fifties, at an average of 67.71.
Despite this, he still believes that he can develop his game and become even better.
🗣️ "My dream is that I rank amongst the top players and prove to be better for the team."
When it mattered the most, Babar Azam came through with a brilliant 💯 against New Zealand. He talks to @ZAbbasOfficial about that knock, his favourite shots and cricketing ambition ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/crN4Uq283t
— ICC (@ICC) July 5, 2019
“You have to improve everything,” he told the International Cricket Council (ICC). “You can never say I am perfect at any stage. You always have some faults. Even when you hit a century, there are good things, but there are some things as well that are not right.
“But at any stage you can never say that I’m satisfied with my batting and I’m 100 percent there’s not fault in me. This cannot happen. Faults occur and with every match you analyse them and then work on them.”