Babar Azam made a unique record, became the first batsman to score 14 centuries in the shortest innings

Cricketer Babar Azam: Babar Azam, the captain of the Pakistani cricket team, made a unique record in the third match of the ongoing ODI series against England. He has made a world record for scoring 14 centuries in the shortest innings in ODI cricket by playing a century in this match. Babar played a brilliant innings of 158 runs in the third ODI against England. Babar also hit 14 fours and 4 sixes during his innings.

Did this feat in so many innings
Babar Azam scored his 14th century in the 81st innings. Before him, this record was in the name of South African batsman Hashim Amla. Amla achieved this position in the 84th innings. Babar Azam is currently one of the openers of the Pakistani team. Till now he has led the Pakistani team to victory on many occasions.

Babar played a brilliant innings of 158 runs
Babar Azam played a brilliant innings of 158 runs in the third ODI against England. During this he hit 14 fours and 4 sixes. Thanks to his century innings, Pakistan has given a target of 332 runs to England. The England team playing in response has lost 3 wickets for 109 runs and Pakistan’s hold on the match is getting stronger.

England’s new team has won the series
Before the start of the ODI series against Pakistan, some England players were found infected with Corona. After which the England Cricket Board announced the new team. The captaincy of this team was handed over to all-rounder Ben Stokes. The new team of England also won the first two matches in the three-match series and won the series. Pakistan lost both the opening matches.

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