Babar Azam becomes the 2nd fastest player to make 3,000 runs in a few One Day Internationals.
This Wednesday the well-known cricketer Babar Azam became the second fastest player to achieve the target of 3,000 runs in the match played opposite to New Zealand.
He has been an imperative figure in the batting line of our team and has now broken the record of Shikar Dhawan, Joe Root, and Sir Viv Richard to acquire such a milestone.
The players who made themselves able to reach this milestone include Hashim Amla who ranked 1st to make 3,000 runs in 57 innings.
Now Babar Azam has become the second player to achieve such target in 68 innings, Sir Viv Richard did it in 69 innings and lastly Joe Root. Gary Kristen, Shikar Dhawan, and Gordon Greenidge reached this milestone in 72 innings.
Babar Azam made 3,000 runs with an average of 51.82 having a strike rate of 86.10. Throughout his one day international career he has made fourteen half centuries and nine full centuries and made himself a remarkable prospect in the cricket world.
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