Before the T20 World Cup semifinals, an unexpected comparison between Rohit and Babar by an ex-Pakistani captain

Salman Butt contrasted the inconsistent performance of Babar Azam and Rohit Sharma, adding that the Indian captain would prevail because he is attempting to play shots, as opposed to his Pakistani rival who seems to be in a shell.
The 2022 T20 World Cup has not been the ideal competition for captains. None of the players—whether they are from India’s Rohit Sharma, Pakistan’s Kane Williamson, England’s Jos Buttler, or New Zealand’s Kane Williamson—has been able to regularly take the lead as they would have hoped. The four captains of India, Pakistan, New Zealand, and England will now try to put the disappointments of the Super 12 stage behind them and give it their best to win the cup now that their teams have advanced to the semi-finals. Salman Butt, a former Pakistan captain, has offered his opinions on the subject before of the knockout round.
Butt noted that none of the captains appeared to be in good form, but Kane Williamson was able to make an impact in each game. “If Rohit is present, please… How are you doing, Kane Williamson? Unki strike rate acchi nahi hai, halanki wo 30-40 kar rahe hai. Wo toh khud apni team ko marwa rahe hai, bavuma hai. Both the game and the battering are good. Aise fizool mein rakkhi hui hai ek jagah usne. (If you look at Rohit, he and Kane Williamson are both trapped.) But despite having a poor strike rate, he has contributed with balls in the 30s and 40s. For instance, Temba Bavuma has blocked a slot in the starting XI “On his YouTube channel, Butt stated.
The former Pakistan opener compared the dismal performances of Babar Azam and Rohit Sharma, saying that the Indian captain would win because he is attempting to play shots while the Pakistani counterpart seems to be in a shell.
“Toh uski essentially form nahi hai, Babar Azam ki agar hum baat kare. Bohut zyada hai Rohit Sharma ka purpose. Toh haath mein chali jati hai gend nei toh nei lag rahi, lekin unke lag nahi rahe hai. Babar doesn’t understand Rohit’s troubles, but Rohit Sharma’s intentions are apparent. When Babar’s shell is there, wo assault karta hua out ho raha hai. Indono ka ye fadk hai, toh. When an attack is launched, Rohit Sharma chahe out ho rahe hai. Under pressure gaye hue hai babar. Wo slowly gain momentum while usne ho nahi raha, koshish kar rahe hai. Pressure is present in the wajah, and it is a problem. (If we’re speaking of Babar Azam, he’s essentially out of shape. Despite putting up a lot of effort, Rohit Sharma’s strokes haven’t been successful. Babar and Rohit both have form problems, but Rohit’s determination separates the two. Babar Azam gets withdrawn while Rohit is attempting to play shots. He is being pressed. He is attempting to steadily gain momentum, but so far, he has been unsuccessful “Added he.
Rohit hasn’t been able to do anything for India’s cause except from a fifty against the Netherlands. It’s worse in Babar’s case. He hasn’t been able to even step off the starting line. In five World Cup innings, he has only amassed 39 runs while batting first.

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