Pak Vs Aus Babar Azam Got Fame because of Another Record

Pak Vs Aus Babar Azam Got Fame because of Another Record

Last updated on July 4th, 2022 at 09:12 am

Babar hit a century during the second ODI against Australia in Lahore to exceed South Africa’s Hashim Amla in the list of taking the fewest innings to score 15 ODI hundreds.

Ahead, in the first ODI of the three-match series, Babar had called the fastest Asian batter to reach the 4,000 ODI runs mark, he was only one Who inning short of levelling Hashim Amla’s record quickest to 4,000 runs in ODIs.

Captain Babar Azam and Imam-ul-Haq smashed gorgeous centuries, as a rejuvenated Pakistan mowed down a record run contest of 349 to spectacularly stay alive in the ODI process against a shorthanded Australia in Lahore.

Pakistan’s Highest Successful Chase in ODI

Pakistan created their highest successful chase in ODIs to achieve game two by six wickets with six balls to economize on. Babar hit a sublime 114 off 83 balls and in-form Imam made 106 off 97 in a record chase for any team in Pakistan. After an 88-run loss on Tuesday. 

Pakistan was getting down the barrel of a straight-sets series defeat after Australia racked up a mammoth 348 for 8 captioned by Ben McDermott’s 104 off 108 balls in his first international century.

Playing with more urgency than in game one, Pakistan made the maximum of batting-friendly situations and a second-string Australian attack that strived against the onset amid a vicious crowd eager for the hosts to end their barren run during Australia’s tour.

A fierce Babar provided a masterclass in their cricket career and he had a point to verify after strangely batting this conservatively in the vacancy game.

After notching his 15th ODI century, which he memorably celebrated in with a leap and loud roar, Babar became the first Pakistan captain to score an ODI ton against Australia.

It prompted Fakhar who reached his half-century with a six after charging Travis Head’s part-time off-spin. Fakhar was in a belligerent mood but out of nowhere Stoinis bowled him with a pearler of a slower delivery that gripped

And clipped off stump to evacuate the crowd stunned. But the fans quickly recovered their voice with the entry of Babar, who was in glorious form from the get-go and penetrated the gaps with ease.

The 27-year-old cricketer surpassed this milestone in the 83rd inning of his ODI career.

Amla had scored his 15 centuries in 86 innings. No one other batter could score 15 centuries in less than 100 innings.

Virat Kohli is 3rd player on the list and took 106 innings to achieve the mark of 15 ODI centuries.

Ahead, in the first ODI of the three-match series, Babar had called the fastest Asian batter to reach the 4,000 ODI runs mark, he was the only one Who inning short of leveling Hashim Amla’s record quickest to 4,000 runs in the the ODIs.

Babar had prematurely scored his 14th century in the 81st inning, and 13th in the 76th innings — both rapidly for the respective sequence number.

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