Babar Azam creates massive world record despite missing century in Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd ODI

Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan cricket team, is setting new records everyday these days. On Friday also he achieved another major achievement in the history of Men’s International cricket. The right-handed batsman scored 77 runs in 93 balls in the second ODI of the ongoing series against West Indies. Babar has made another new world record in the history of cricket as soon as he hits another fifty in international cricket. This is the 50 plus score of Babar in Men’s International cricket in 9 consecutive innings. That is, it is the record for any batsman to score 50 or more runs in 9 consecutive innings in international cricket. No batsman had done this before in international cricket.

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The 27-year-old Babar started it by scoring 196 runs during the second Test of the series against Australia. After this, in the third and last Test, he played an innings of 66 and 55 runs. The Pakistan captain then scored 57, 117 and 105 not out in the three-match series against Australia respectively. He also played a powerful innings of 66 runs in the only T20 International match. Babar now scored 103 runs in the first match of the ODI series against West Indies, then managed to score 77 runs in the second ODI. In this way he has scored half-centuries or centuries in the last 9 international innings.

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Earlier, Babar had broken Virat Kohli’s special record as captain with an innings of 103 runs in the first ODI. Babar became the fastest batsman to score 1000 runs in ODIs as a captain. Earlier this record was in the name of Virat Kohli, who scored 1000 runs in 17 innings as captain. Babar created a ruckus by scoring 1000 runs in 13 innings as a captain.

Talking about the second ODI, Pakistan scored 275 for eight in 50 overs and then defeated West Indies for 155 runs to win the match by 120 runs. This is Pakistan’s 10th consecutive ODI series win against West Indies. The third and final ODI between the two teams will be played on June 12 in Multan itself.

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