Pakistani skipper Babar Azam has earned his place among the many world’s high batsmen, rating solely second to India’s Virat Kohli within the ICC’s ODI rankings for batsmen.
Because the highlight activates Azam, there appears to be one other spectacular feat that the Pakistani skipper has achieved over the previous 28 ODIs.
His current performances have been excellent as effectively, with the Pakistani skipper managing to attain two or three-digit figures within the final 28 matches that he has performed — since 2018.
In a current ODI towards South Africa, the Pakistani captain managed to attain 103 runs in an aesthetic inning that noticed his group out of the woods towards the Proteas after Fakhar Zaman fell early on.
Azam’s century put him in a league of his personal as he grew to become the quickest batsman on the earth to attain 13 ODI centuries.
Regardless of his wonderful run of kind, Azam remains to be positioned behind his Indian counterpart within the ODI rankings.
Kohli remains to be positioned on the highest of the desk, with an 857 score, whereas Azam is correct behind him with a score of 852.
Here is his scorecard for the final 28 macthes:
94, 31, 103, 125, 77*, 19, 31, 115, 96, 45, 101*, 69, 48, 30, 63, 22, 80, 115, 15, 51, 16, 24, 41*, 69, 12, 49, 92, 46.