Babar Azam once again surpasses Virat Kohli, creates a new story

Pakistan team captain Babar Azam has returned to his former form again. Babar played a brilliant fifty in 40 ball against Bangladesh in the tri-series taking place in New Zealand. At the same time, with this entry, Babar has achieved a great position in international cricket. In fact, Babar has become the fastest Asian player to score 11,000 international runs.

27-year-old Pakistani batsman Babar Azam has completed 11,000 runs in his international cricket. Babar has accomplished this feat in just 251 innings. He has now become the fastest Asian player to score 11,000 runs. Before Babar, this record was held by Virat Kohli, he did it in 261 innings. In turn, the third number on this list belongs to the former captain of India and great batsman Sunil Gavaskar, who had scored 11 thousand runs in 262 innings. At the same time, after Sunil Gavaskar, named after Pakistan’s veteran batsman Javed Miandad, he completed 11,000 runs in 266 innings.

Babar has scored 3122 runs in 75 innings of 42 Test matches for Pakistan, 4664 runs in 90 innings of 92 ODIs and 3216 runs in 86 innings of 91 T20 Internationals. In this way, Babar has completed 11 thousand international races in his 251 entries. Let us tell you that Babar is currently executing in incredible form, he may also cause problems for the opposing team by batting in incredible fashion in the upcoming World Cup.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam also left Indian team captain Rohit Sharma behind. In reality, Babar scored his 29th T20 International fifty against Bangladesh in the tri-series. He has now become the player with the most 50s in T20 Internationals. Before Babar, this record was held by the Indian captain Rohit Sharma. He scored 28 international T20 half-century in his T20 career.

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