Pakistani Cricketer Babar Azam set a world record
Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam has set a world record. He set the record by scoring the fastest 13 centuries in ODI cricket.
Babar Azam played 76 innings to build this fame. Pakistan won the first ODI of the three-match series by three wickets against hosts South Africa on Friday.
Babar set the record by scoring a century of victory on foreign soil. Where he broke the record of former Proteas captain Hashim Amla.
Amla set the previous record in 83 innings. In women’s cricket, however, Australian skipper Meg Lanning scored 13 ODI centuries in 76 innings.
Pakistani Cricketer Babar Azam Set A World Record
India captain Virat Kohli scored 13 ODI centuries in 86 innings, South Africa’s Quinton de Kock 86 and Australian David Warner 13 in 91 innings.
Meanwhile, South Africa’s Rasi van der Dussen scored a century in the same match. But it was the debut century of his ODI career.
But he is the owner of a record. He made his debut as the oldest Proteas batsman at 32 years and 54 days.