Babar Azam could not break Kohli’s record, but Virat-Rohit’s name came in the list


Pakistan captain Babar Azam played an unbeaten knock of 87 runs in the sixth T20 match in Lahore, which took the team to a respectable score against England.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal



Sep 30, 2022, 11:28 PM IST





Babar Azam, the captain of the Pakistan cricket team, was under criticism for the past few weeks due to his batting. The start of the England series was also poor for him after his poor performance in the Asia Cup. Then Babar made a comeback with a great century. Now the Pakistani legend has equaled the excellent record of Virat Kohli on the basis of a great innings. (Photo: AFP)

In the sixth T20 match against England in Lahore, Pakistan captain Babar played an unbeaten innings of 87 runs in just 59 balls and took the team to a good score of 169 runs.  (Photo: AFP)

In the sixth T20 match against England in Lahore, Pakistan captain Babar played an unbeaten innings of 87 runs in just 59 balls and took the team to a good score of 169 runs. (Photo: AFP)

During this innings, Babar also completed his 3,000 runs in T20 Internationals.  He became the fifth batsman in the world to do so.  (Photo: AFP)

During this innings, Babar also completed his 3,000 runs in T20 Internationals. He became the fifth batsman in the world to do so. (Photo: AFP)

The special thing is that Babar equaled Virat Kohli in terms of completing the fastest 3000 runs during this period.  Babar touched this figure in 81 balls like Kohli and became the joint fastest batsman to score 3000 runs.  (Photo: AFP)

The special thing is that Babar equaled Virat Kohli in terms of completing the fastest 3000 runs during this period. Babar touched this figure in 81 balls like Kohli and became the joint fastest batsman to score 3000 runs. (Photo: AFP)

Kohli was the first batsman to reach 3000 runs.  Apart from these two, Team India's captain Rohit Sharma, New Zealand's legendary opener Martin Guptill and Ireland's star Paul Stirling have 3 thousand T20 runs.  (Photo: BCCI)

Kohli was the first batsman to reach 3000 runs. Apart from these two, Team India’s captain Rohit Sharma, New Zealand’s legendary opener Martin Guptill and Ireland’s star Paul Stirling have 3 thousand T20 runs. (Photo: BCCI)


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