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If not today then never again: Babar has a golden opportunity to join Virat’s club

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Babar has a golden opportunity to join the Virat club
After scoring 52 runs, he will become the fifth batsman to score 3000 runs in T20.
Babar Azam is the current captain of Pakistan

New Delhi. The bat of Babar Azam, the promising batsman and captain of the Pakistan cricket team, is angry with him these days. Barring his century in the second T20 match against the English team, he is battling for runs from the Asia Cup itself. However, there is no doubt that he is one of the promising batsmen of the present time. Babar has earned a big name in international cricket in a very short time. There are many big records in his name as a witness to this.

The sixth match of the ongoing seven-match T20 International series between Pakistan and England cricket team will be played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore today. In today’s match, if 52 more runs come off his bat, then he will become the fifth player to score 3000 runs in T20 International cricket. At present, the names of Indian players Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Kiwi batsman Martin Guptill and Irish player Paul Stirling are included in this special list.

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Apart from this, he can also equal a special record of Indian veteran batsman Virat Kohli. Actually, the record of making the fastest 3000 runs in T20 International cricket is registered in the name of Kohli. Kohli has achieved this special feat in 81 innings. At the same time, Babar has scored 2948 runs in 80 innings so far in his T20 career. In such a situation, if he manages to score 52 runs, then he will equal this special record of Kohli.

Talking about Babar Azam’s international cricket career, he has scored 10734 runs in 245 innings while playing 219 matches for the Pakistan team. Babar has 3122 runs in 42 Test matches at an average of 47.3 in 75 innings, 4664 runs in 92 innings of ODI cricket at an average of 59.8 and 2948 runs in 80 innings of T20 cricket at an average of 42.7.

Tags: Babar Azam, Pakistan cricket team, Pakistan vs England, Virat Kohli

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