Babar Azam Poised to Break T20I Records in Upcoming Series Against England

The Pakistan team is set to play the four-game T20I series against England starting on May 22.

Pakistan’s cricket captain, Babar Azam, is on the brink of achieving several remarkable milestones in T20I cricket as he gears up for the upcoming series against England. With his stellar track record, Babar is set to further cement his legacy as one of the greatest batsmen in the format.

Babar Azam is just 45 runs away from becoming the first Pakistani player to reach 4000 runs in T20I cricket. This accomplishment would underscore his exceptional skill and consistency, as he currently sits third among the highest run-scorers in T20I cricket with 3955 runs, trailing only Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

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To surpass Virat Kohli’s total runs in T20Is, Babar needs 82 more runs. The current standings are: Virat Kohli with 4037 runs in 109 innings, Rohit Sharma with 3974 runs in 143 innings, and Babar Azam with 3955 runs in 110 innings. Achieving this would place Babar among the very top T20I run-scorers globally.

Additionally, with 48 more runs, Babar will become the only captain to score 2500 T20I runs, further distinguishing him as a top player and leader who consistently contributes to his team’s success.

Recently, Babar set a world record during the T20I series against Ireland, becoming the most successful T20I captain with 45 wins. This surpassed the previous record held by Brian Masaba of Uganda, who had 44 wins as captain.

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As Babar continues to break records and achieve milestones, he solidifies his position as one of the greatest cricketers of all time. His contributions to the Pakistan cricket team are invaluable, and his leadership on and off the field continues to inspire many.

The Pakistan team is set to play the four-game T20I series against England starting on May 22 at Headingley Cricket Ground in Leeds. Fans eagerly await to see if Babar can reach these historic milestones and lead his team to victory.

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