Babar Azam | Babar Azam’s bat thundered in the fourth match of PAK vs NZ ODI series, many greats were left behind in this matter, big record

Vinay Kumar In the fourth match of the ongoing 5-match ODI series between Pakistan and New Zealand, Pakistan batting first gave New Zealand a target of 335 runs in 50 overs to win. Captain Babar Azam’s bat thundered from Pakistan side. He hit another new century and added another new record to his name. Babar Azam scored a century of 107 runs in 117 balls with the help of 10 fours while batting in Karachi ground. This was the 18th century of his ODI international career. Babar Azam made a mega record in the history of ODI cricket with this latest century innings. He also broke the records of many maharathis. He has set a benchmark which will not be easy for any batsman in the current or next generation to touch. Babar Azam became the fastest batsman to score 5,000 runs in ODI cricket as he singled the first ball of the 17th over of the innings to long-on by New Zealand bowler Ish Sodhi. . He needed just 19 runs to touch this figure, but, in Friday’s match, his 107 runs with the bat took Babar a long way. Also read Records show that Babar Azam completed 5000 runs in 97 innings of ODIs. Before Babar Azam, the record of scoring 5000 runs in the shortest innings was in the name of South African batsman Hashim Amla. Who scored 5000 ODI runs in 101 innings. Amla made this record on 9 March 2008 while playing against the West Indies in Durban. Sawai Tej Top 5 batsmen to score 5000 runs in ODIs 1. Babar Azam: 97 innings 2. Hashim Amla: 101 innings 3. Vivian Richards and Virat Kohli – 114 innings 4. David Warner: 115 innings 5. Joe Root: 116 shifts

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