Babar Azam Debut
The 21 years old Babar Azam, who made his debut against Zimbabwe.
Babar Azam had earlier scored 123 and 120 in the second and first ODI respectively against West Indies.
He become the 10th Pakistani batsman to achieve this goal.
In 3rd ODI again he score a century. Babar Azam makes a total of 117 runs in 3rd ODI against West Indies.
Achievements of Babar Azam
Young batsman scripted his name in the books of cricketing history and becomes the third Pakistani batsman to scores centuries in three consecutive ODI innings.
He is only second batsman in the history to score three centuries consecutively in three-match series.
South Africa’s Quinton de Kock was the only player before Babar Azam who scores three centuries in three match ODI series.
Besides this, Azam also got several achievements. Azam achieved the record of most runs in the ODI match series with a score of 120, 123 and 117 and collectively scored 360 runs in the series.
He also becomes the overall leading scorer in all of the three matches.
The young batsman also remain successful in joining the fleet of elite cricketers. Cricketers like Zaheer Abbas, Saeed Anwar, Sri Lanka’s legend Kumar Sangakara. And others likes, South African AB de Villiers, Quinton de Kock and Ross Taylor.
Babar Azam is now seeking to cover a new world record in days to come by making 1000 runs in 20 innings.
He is very close to his target with 886 runs in 18 innings and need only few more innings to achieve the target.
The whole nation congratulating him on his sheer success and hope to see more from him.
Some Tweets on Babar Azam Performance
Special talent #BabarAzam. Three 100s in a row. What a performance. Congratulations super star!
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) October 5, 2016
Babar Azam 8th in ODIs to make 3 or more 100s in a row, 3rd Pakistani after Zaheer Abbas & Saeed Anwar.
K Sangakkara made 4 in a row#PAKvWI
— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) October 5, 2016
Wonderful achievement from Babar Azam, hat trick of hundreds, what a star at 21yrs. #PAKvWI
— Tom Moody (@TomMoodyCricket) October 5, 2016