Pakistan cricket captain Babar Azam stood out from the crowd during the third ODI against England on Tuesday when he played an innings of 158 in Birmingham’s Edgbaston.
Babar smashed a maximum of four runs off his bowl and hit 14 fours in his 139-ball innings which also marked his 14th ODI century in the 81st innings.
Hashim Amla of South Africa completed 14 ODI centuries in 84 innings while David Warner of Australia reached there with an innings of 98 runs. To achieve this milestone, India’s Virat Kohli played 103 innings.
It was also Babar’s third ODI century on English soil, making him the first Pakistani to do so. Saeed Anwar, Fakhr Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq scored two ODI centuries. Babar was already the first Pakistani to score 1000 runs on English soil.
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