Reported by Ch. Muhammad Natiq
Babar Azam reached another massive feat in men’s international cricket history as he became the first batter to score nine consecutive half-centuries in all three formats of cricket
Pakistan skipper scored 77 off 93 balls in the second ODI match against West Indies and added yet another fifty-plus score to his name to enter the record books for a massive batting record
This was Babar’s ninth-consecutive fifty-plus score in men’s international cricket, which is now the longest streak for any batter after Javed Miandad.