Imam-ul-Haq During the third Pakistan-West Indies ODI in Multan on Sunday, they scored the seventh consecutive fifty or more. Reaching 50, Imam became the second cricketer to score more than six consecutive half-centuries in ODIs. However, the captain of the Pakistan cricket team; Babar AzamThe man who scored his sixth consecutive half-century in the second ODI against the West Indies fell to just one and lost the record. Pakistan has already won the first two ODIs and won the three-match ODI series.
Imam, who was dismissed for 62 in the third ODI, had scored 56, 103, 106, 89, 65 and 72 in the previous matches.
The Imams have now moved on. Mark W., Gordon GrenageAndrew Jones, Muhammad Yusuf, Chris Gayle, Shy Hope, Paul Sterling, Ross Taylor And Ken Williamson In the list of batsmen’s elite with more than 50 consecutive scores in ODIs. Pakistani batting legend Javed Miandad holds the record for most consecutive 50s in ODIs. In 1987, he scored 9 consecutive scores of 50 plus.
The Pakistan captain won the toss and elected to bat in the third and final Day Night International against the West Indies in Multan on Sunday.
Hassan Ali Fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi rested and returned to the team.
Pakistan won the first match by five wickets and the second by 120 runs – both in Multan.
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