Babar Azam breaks Hashim Amla’s old record.

After 90 ODI innings, Babar Azam surpasses South African batsman Hashim Amla’s previous record for most runs scored.

(Infosette News) KARACHI: On Sunday, Pakistan’s captain of the cricket team, Babar Azam, beat the South African batsman Hashim Amla’s record for most runs scored after 90 one-day international innings.

With 91 runs in the third one-day international against the Netherlands, Babar has now amassed 4,664 runs in ODIs, which is 108 runs more than Amla had at the same point in his ODI career.

The most by any player after 90 ODI innings is the Pakistani captain’s 17 ODI centuries in 90 innings, followed by Hashim Amla’s 90 innings.

Shai Hope recorded 4,051 runs, while veteran West Indian cricketer Vivian Richards amassed 4,122 runs from 90 innings.

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Babar Azam eventually outperformed Amla in total aggregates from innings 85 and 86 of his career, while Amla had the advantage innings by innings from innings 29 to 84 of his career.

Babar Azam eventually outperformed Amla in total aggregates from innings 85 and 86 of his career, while Amla had the advantage innings by innings from innings 29 to 84 of his career.

 

In the three-match ODI series against the Netherlands, he scored three straight half-centuries.

This was the first bilateral ODI series that Babar did not make a century in since January 2019. Pakistan’s January 2019 five-ODI visit of South Africa was the most recent such series.

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