Rahul Dravid, the head coach of Team India, is generally considered one of the greatest hitters in cricket history. Dravid, who was a crucial member of the Indian squad during his playing career, was one of the Indians with the most appearances for the team, appearing in 164 Tests and 344 ODIs. In addition, Dravid, who had a 16-year international career, led the team from 2005 to 2007. The period had a variety of outstanding hitters, some of whom played for Dravid’s side; in Pakistan, Inzamam-ul-Haq dominated thanks to his continuous national team exploits. Inzamam had commanded Pakistan for longer than Dravid had, and he had played for the country in 378 ODIs and 120 Tests.

When asked to compare Dravid and Inzamam, Pakistan’s top bowler Wahab Riaz sparked a discussion with a direct reaction. Dravid retired from the game in 2012, whereas Inzamam did so five years earlier.

In an interview with CricBridge, the interviewer asked Wahab to choose between Inzamam and Dravid as the better hitter; the cricketer said that Inzamam excelled in all forms of the game and selected Dravid.

“Inzy, my man. Inzy Bhai delivered outstanding performances in each format. To play his shots against pacers, he had plenty of time. Rahul Dravid is much behind Inzy bhai, according to Wahab.

Inzamam scored 8830 runs in 120 matches for an amazing average of 49.33 in the game’s longest version. He is the first Pakistani batsman with more than 10,000 runs in ODIs (11.739 @ 39.53).

Dravid, meantime, is now the fourth-highest run scorer in Test cricket and is recognized as one of the game’s all-time great batsmen. He is now fourth on the list, only after Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, and Jason Kallis, with 13288 runs scored in 164 Test matches. Dravid has played in 344 ODIs and amassed 10,889 runs (an average of 39.16).