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PAK vs WI: Pakistan Run-Machine Babar Azam Achieves Big File With Half-Century In 2nd ODI | Cricket Information

PAK vs WI: Babar Azam scored a high quality 77 within the 2nd ODI in opposition to the West Indies.© AFP

Pakistan captain Babar Azam continued his wealthy vein of kind, turning into the primary males’s worldwide cricketer to register 9 consecutive fifty-plus scores throughout all three codecs. Together with his 77-run knock in opposition to the West Indies within the second ODI at Multan, Babar Azam grew to become the holder of the longest streak of fifty+ scores for any batter in males’s worldwide cricket. On Friday, Pakistan beat the West Indies by an enormous 120 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead within the three-match ODI collection. Within the earlier match, Babar Azam had scored a superb hundred to assist his workforce chase down the 306-run goal.

Listed here are Babar’s previous 9 scores throughout all codecs:

196 vs Australia (2nd Take a look at – began on March 12)
67, 55 vs Australia (third Take a look at – began on March 21)
57 vs Australia (1st ODI – March 29)
114 vs Australia (2nd ODI – March 31)
105 not out vs Australia (third ODI – April 2)
66 vs Australia (Solely T20I – April 5)
103 vs West Indies (1st ODI – June 8)
77 vs West Indies (2nd ODI – June 10)

Going into the second ODI, Babar Azam additionally had a possibility to grow to be solely the second participant since Kumar Sangakkara to attain 4 centuries in a row in ODIs. However the Pakistan skipper was dismissed for 77.

This was the Pakistan skipper’s sixth straight innings of fifty+ scores in ODIs.

Pakistan batting legend Javed Miandad holds the report for essentially the most consecutive 50-plus scores in ODIs. He had 9 straight rating of 50-plus within the 12 months 1987.


On Friday, half centuries from Babar and Imam-ul-Haq helped Pakistan publish 275 for eight in 50 overs.

In reply, West Indies saved dropping wickets at common intervals with Mohammad Nawaz operating amok. The Pakistan spinner returned with figures of 4 for 19 in 10 overs because the West Indies had been bundled out for 155 in 32.2 overs.

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