Babar Azam Century: Babar Azam’s 18th century and stormy record broken, Virat Kohli left behind

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New Delhi: Even though the attention of cricket fans is completely focused on IPL 2023, but India’s neighboring countries Pakistan International cricket is currently being played in Pakistan and Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam has again made another record in his name. In the fourth match of the ODI series against New Zealand, Babar scored a strong century and at the same time took the record by leaving behind veterans like Virat Kohli, Viv Richards.

The five-match series has already been won by Pakistan 3-0. In such a situation, with the victory in the fourth match, Pakistan has a chance to reach number one in the ODI rankings. To capitalize on this opportunity, Pakistani captain Babar Azam presented another great view of his brilliant batting.

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Missed three times, scored a century for the fourth time

Babar Azam failed to score big in the first three matches of the series. He scored scores of 49, 65 and 54 but could not convert into a century. In the fourth match, he also completed this shortcoming and scored the 18th century of his ODI career. Babar completed his century in 113 balls.

Babar Azam returned to the pavilion after being dismissed in the 48th over. He played an inning of 107 runs in 117 balls, which included 10 fours. Pakistan scored 334 runs on the basis of Babar’s innings.

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Babar broke the record of 5000

This century was very special for Babar, but even before reaching here, he had made a special achievement in his name. As soon as Babar Azam reached 19 runs in his innings, Babar Azam completed his 5000 runs in ODI cricket. Along with this, he also made a new world record.

The name of the Pakistani captain has become the fastest to complete 5000 runs in ODIs. Babar Azam did this feat in just 97 innings. He broke the record of South African veteran batsman Hashim Amla, who did this feat in 101 innings. At the same time, Babar touched this figure 17 innings before India’s legendary batsman Virat Kohli. Kohli had completed 5000 runs in 114 innings. At the same time, great Windies batsman Viv Richards also did this feat in the same number of innings.

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