Dubai: Babar Azam equals Virat Kohli’s record Pakistani governor Babar Azam on Friday equaled another t20 record previously held by Indian Virat Kohli. Most of the t20 50 as a leader with half a century against Afghanistan in last night’s world cup thriller20.
The Pakistani star Better has now scored 13 and a half centuries in the shortest form as a leader, equaling collie’s record, but at a better place. Azam needed just 26 appearances to reach the finish line, while the Indian captain scored as many in 44 innings.
Most 50s as T20 Captain: Babar Azam Equals Virat Kohli’s Record:
Australian Aaron finch and Kane Williamson from New Zealand are next in line, scoring 11 1/2 centuries in 51 and 50 innings, respectively. Englishman Eoin Morgan, meanwhile, scored nine and a half centuries in 60 innings.
The Fastest to Reach 1,000 T20i Runs as a Leader
During the race in Afghanistan on Friday, Babar Azam broke a special record held by his Indian counterpart when he became the fastest to record 1,000 t20i runs as a leader. Babar Azam scored his first 1,000 t20i tracks in 26 innings as the leader of the Pakistan cricket team.
Virat Kohli, as leader of the Indian cricket team, had made 30 innings to reach 1,000 t20i points. This was not the only race record.
Mohammad Rizwan Equals MS Dhoni’s Record
Pakistani goalkeeper Mohammad Rizwan also matched former Indian leaders. And legendary cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni with the most t20 layoffs in a year as a goalkeeper. Playing against Afghanistan in his third match for the t20 world cup. Rizwan has 39 red cards in the t20 in a calendar year.
However, Rizwan can hope to gain an advantage in the legend with the remaining matches to be played in the ongoing t20 world cup.
Babar Played Over 50 Hits for the 23rd Time at T20 International
Babar Azam scored 50 or more points in a match for the 23rd time in t20i. In this case, Virat Kohli is number one and Rohit Sharma is second.