Sunil Gavaskar, a former legendary Indian cricketer often referred to as the “Little Master,” recently spoke about his favorite Pakistani players. In the current cricketing scene, he expressed admiration for Babar Azam, recognizing his talent and skills as a batsman.
Furthermore, Gavaskar shared insights into his historical favorites from Pakistan’s cricket history. Zaheer Abbas topped his list, highlighting the impact and excellence of the legendary batsman. Gavaskar also acknowledged the contributions of other cricketing icons like Imran Khan, Javed Miandad, and Wasim Akram.
Sunil Gavaskar is a cricketing legend himself, having played 125 Tests for India and scoring over 10,000 runs. Throughout his illustrious career, he set numerous records and achievements. One of the significant milestones in Gavaskar’s career was being part of the Indian team that clinched the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1983.
His acknowledgment of Babar Azam’s current prowess and appreciation for past Pakistani cricket greats reflects a mutual respect and recognition of talent across cricketing borders.