Hello, Friends Welcome To My News Website. Today I Tell You About Pakistani Best Man (Babar Azam Becomes The First Pakistani Player in World). Monday, Pakistan captain Babar Azam became the first Pakistani to score more than one hundred international runs in a single year. In the first Test at the National Bank Cricket Arena in Karachi, the flamboyant batter scored the 13th run of his innings against New Zealand.
When he scored 2,435 runs in 2006, he surpassed Pakistan batting coach Mohammad Yousuf’s previous record. Babar Azam has scored 735 runs in Twenty20, 679 runs in One-Day Internationals, and over 1,000 runs in the game’s red ball format.
KARACHI – Pakistan skipper Babr Azam has added another feather to his cap as he became the first Pakistani player to score the most fifty-century score in a calendar year. Azam reached the milestone while playing against England in the third and final Test in Karachi where he made 74 runs in the first innings of the team.
KARACHI: Babar Azam became the first Pakistani in six years to score 1,000 Test runs in a calendar year and the fourth batter to reach the milestone in 2022 during the third Test against England in Karachi.
Babar Azam Becomes The First Pakistani Player in World
He is the sixth Pakistani batter to reach 1,000 in a year, crossing the total when he reached 45 during an innings that ended on 54. Despite Babar’s solid form, Pakistan is staring at a first-ever 3-0 series whitewash on home soil. Babar will have one more game in which to add to his 1,009 in 8 Tests when Pakistan takes on New Zealand next week.
England’s Joe Root — playing for the visitors in Karachi — tops the table for most runs in 2022, having scored 1,098 in 15 Tests. Australian Usman Khawaja (1,079 in 10 Tests) and England’s Jonny Bairstow (1,061 in 10) are the other batters to have achieved the feat in Test cricket this year.
Babar Azam Becomes The First Pakistani Player in World. While this was the seventh event of a Pakistani player scoring 1,000 Trials in a scheduled year, Babar is the 6th cricketer from the country to do as such as Younis Khan accomplished this accomplishment two times.
Younis, the previous captain, had scored 1,179 runs in 2006 and 1,064 runs in 2014. In 2006, Mohammad Yousuf topped the list with 1,788 runs. Other Pakistani batters on the list include Azhar Ali (1,198 in 2016), Mohsin Khan (1,029 in 2000), and Inzamam-ul-Haq (1,090 in 2000).
Before Babar, only three other batters have scored 1,000 runs this year. Joe Root, an English cricketer, has scored 1,098 runs in 27 innings, Usman Khawaja, an Australian, has scored 1,079 runs in 19 innings, and Jonny Bairstow, an English cricketer, has scored 1,061 runs in 19 innings.
Joe Root, his teammate Jonny Bairstow, and Australian Test opener Usman Khawaja are among the others on this elite list. With 1061 runs from ten Tests, Bairstow is third, followed by Khawaja, who is in second place with 1079 runs from ten matches.
Root currently holds the lead with 1098 runs from 15 Test matches this year. Notably, Babar Azam, who is currently ranked fourth on this list and has scored 1009 runs in eight appearances with the bat, will have a chance to surpass Root on December 26 when Pakistan plays New Zealand in the first Test match in Karachi.
Mohammad Yousuf, who scored 1788 Test runs in 2006, Inzamam-ul-Haq (1090 runs in 2000), Mohsin Khan (1029 runs in 1982), and Azhar Ali are the other Pakistani players who have scored more than 1000 Test runs in a calendar year.