Babar Azam breaks Chris Gayle’s report

Babar Azam breaks Chris Gayle’s report

Babar Azam turns into quickest to 7,000 T20 runs by attaining the feat in 187 innings

October 04, 2021

Pakistan captain Babar Azam. Photo: file
Pakistan captain Babar Azam. Photo: file  

ISLAMABAD: In a serious achievement, Pakistan captain Babar Azam has managed to rewrite report books by changing into the quickest batsman to attain 7,000 runs within the T20 format.

Babar Azam smashed West Indian cricketer Chris Gayle’s report to turn into the quickest to reach the 7,000 runs mark in T20 cricket.

Babar reached the landmark throughout Central Punjab’s National T20 Cup conflict towards Southern Punjab, taking part in his 187th inning. He wanted solely 4 runs to reach the milestone when he walked in to bat on Sunday.

Gayle crossed 7,000 T20 runs mark in  192nd inning

Chris Gayle had crossed the 7,000 T20 runs mark in his 192nd inning.

Babar was three innings in need of Chris Gayle’s report when he reached 6,000 runs earlier this 12 months. Since then, he has taken solely 22 innings so as to add one other 1,000 runs to his complete T20 runs tally.

Azam scores 2,000 T20I runs in 52 innings

Of his 7,000 T20 runs, 2,204 have been scored in T20Is. In April this 12 months, Babar Azam had surpassed Virat Kohli’s report to turn into the quickest to make 2,000 runs in T20 internationals, beating the Indian skipper by a margin of 4 innings.

Azam had scored 2,000 T20I runs from simply 52 innings, whereas Kohli, who beforehand held the report for being the quickest to make 2,000 T20I runs, managed to do the identical in simply 56 innings.

He is the 11th cricketer to attain 2,000 T20I runs.

Last week, Babar smashed the sixth T20 century of his profession to register a report for essentially the most variety of T20 a whole bunch by a Pakistani batsman. With 64 scores of 50 or extra from 186 innings, Babar Azam has one of the best ratio of 50s/innings in T20 cricket amongst all the highest batsmen on the planet.


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