Pak vs Aus: Babar Azam's unmatched feat in ODI, Richards, Root and Kohli, all records broken

Pak vs Aus: Babar Azam's unmatched feat in ODI, Richards, Root and Kohli, all records broken Pakistan vs Australia, 1st ODI: Babar Azam made another big record in the first ODI against Australia. Babar has become the second batsman in the world to score the fastest 4000 runs in ODI cricket.  Pakistan vs Australia, 1st ODI: Babar Azam made another big record in the first ODI against Australia. Babar has become the second batsman in the world to score the fastest 4000 runs in ODI cricket. Babar completed 4000 runs in his career in the 82nd ODI innings. Only South Africa's Hashim Amla ahead of Azam, who completed 4000 runs in his ODI career during 81 innings. Babar has overtaken veterans like Vivian Richards, Joe Root, Virat Kohli by doing this. West Indies great Vivian Richards scored 4000 ODI runs in 88 innings. Joe Root of England did this feat in 91 innings. Apart from this, Virat had scored 4000 ODI runs in 93 innings. David Warner also did this feat in the 93rd innings.   With this, Babar has become the fastest batsman in Asia to complete 4000 runs in ODIs. The Pakistani captain is also the first Pakistani to complete 4,000 ODI runs in less than 100 innings, before that the fastest 4000 ODI runs for Pakistan was scored by Mohammad Yusuf, who did this feat in 110 innings.  The Pakistani cricketer took only 14 innings to reach 3,000 to 4,000 ODI runs, Warner is the only player who played fewer innings than him to reach 3000 to 4,000 runs. Warner played only 12 innings to reach 3 to 4 thousand runs.  Let us inform that in the first ODI against Australia, Babar scored the 18th half-century of his ODI career and was dismissed after scoring 57 runs in 72 balls. Scored 6 fours in his half-century innings. Earlier, Australia, batting first, scored 313 for 7 in which Travis Head scored a brilliant 101 runs. Apart from this, Ben McDermott scored 55 runs in 70 balls. Especially in the last minute, Cameron Green managed to cross the team's score of 300 by scoring 40 runs off 30 balls.   Earlier, Pakistan captain Babar had won the toss and decided to field first. Travis Head and Finch put on 110 runs for the first wicket, which laid the foundation for the Australian team to make a big score.

Pakistan vs Australia, 1st ODI: Babar Azam made another big record in the first ODI against Australia. Babar has become the second batsman in the world to score the fastest 4000 runs in ODI cricket.

Pakistan vs Australia, 1st ODI: Babar Azam made another big record in the first ODI against Australia. Babar has become the second batsman in the world to score the fastest 4000 runs in ODI cricket. Babar completed 4000 runs in his career in the 82nd ODI innings. Only South Africa's Hashim Amla ahead of Azam, who completed 4000 runs in his ODI career during 81 innings. Babar has overtaken veterans like Vivian Richards, Joe Root, Virat Kohli by doing this. West Indies great Vivian Richards scored 4000 ODI runs in 88 innings. Joe Root of England did this feat in 91 innings. Apart from this, Virat had scored 4000 ODI runs in 93 innings. David Warner also did this feat in the 93rd innings. 

With this, Babar has become the fastest batsman in Asia to complete 4000 runs in ODIs. The Pakistani captain is also the first Pakistani to complete 4,000 ODI runs in less than 100 innings, before that the fastest 4000 ODI runs for Pakistan was scored by Mohammad Yusuf, who did this feat in 110 innings.

The Pakistani cricketer took only 14 innings to reach 3,000 to 4,000 ODI runs, Warner is the only player who played fewer innings than him to reach 3000 to 4,000 runs. Warner played only 12 innings to reach 3 to 4 thousand runs.

Let us inform that in the first ODI against Australia, Babar scored the 18th half-century of his ODI career and was dismissed after scoring 57 runs in 72 balls. Scored 6 fours in his half-century innings. Earlier, Australia, batting first, scored 313 for 7 in which Travis Head scored a brilliant 101 runs. Apart from this, Ben McDermott scored 55 runs in 70 balls. Especially in the last minute, Cameron Green managed to cross the team's score of 300 by scoring 40 runs off 30 balls. 

Earlier, Pakistan captain Babar had won the toss and decided to field first. Travis Head and Finch put on 110 runs for the first wicket, which laid the foundation for the Australian team to make a big score.
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