Babar Azam needs 98 Runs so set a huge World record
Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam needs 98 runs in three matches to set a world record that will surpass all the batsmen in the world including Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, and Virat Kohli.
According to the details, Babar can set another big Cricket World record in the ODI series starting today. Babar Azam has scored 902 runs in the World Cup Super League so far. If he scores 98 runs in the series, he will become the first batsman in the world to reach 1000 runs.
Pakistan captain has so far scored 902 runs at an average of 90 in 12 Super League matches, including five centuries and three half-centuries. He played the biggest innings of 158 runs.
In bowling, Australian leg sniper Adam Zampa and Ireland’s Craig Young are joint at number one, so far both have taken 28, 28 wickets.