Pakistan vs West Indies: Babar Azam, Imam-ul-Haq Continue Dream Form With 6th Straight ODI Fifties

Pakistan vs West Indies: Babar Azam, Imam-ul-Haq Continue Dream Form With 6th Straight ODI Fifties

Pakistan’s Babar Azam and Imam-ul-Haq during the second ODI against the West IndiesAFP

In the second ODI against West Indies in Multan, Pakistan has started its innings brilliantly. Captain Babar Azam Decided to bat after winning the toss and took his team to a great position already. Imam-ul-Haq. Babar then joined the army with the Imam. Proud time They were dismissed for 17 and both of them almost immediately attacked the West Indies bowlers on a quiet pitch.

Both Imam and Babar have been in the full vein of form lately and both continued their dominance in whiteball cricket when they scored their respective half-centuries.

This was the sixth consecutive innings of Fifty Plus for both the batsmen. Babar scored three centuries and then only became the second player. Kumar Sangakkara To make four consecutive centuries in ODIs. But the Pakistani captain was dismissed for 77 runs.

Imam, who was eventually run out for 72 after a misunderstanding with Babar, now has scores of 56, 103, 106, 89, 65 and 72.

Both Babar and Imam have joined the fray. 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.

Promoted.

Pakistani batting legend Javed Miandad holds the record for most consecutive 50s in ODIs. In 1987, he scored 9 consecutive scores of 50 plus.

Babar Azam is in the form of his life and many people hope that Miandad will reach these heights during his career.

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