- Pakistan batting first scored 165 for 3 wickets
- Opener Mohammad Rizwan scored an unbeaten 91 runs
- Babar Azam was out for 52 runs off 46 balls.
Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam on Sunday registered a major achievement in his third T20 match of the series against Zimbabwe (Pakistan VS Zimbabwe 3rd T20). Babar has become the fastest batsman to score 2000 runs in T20 International cricket.
During this time, Babur left behind the
In this match, 26-year-old Babar scored 52 runs from 46 balls. He hit 5 fours during this period. Before the third T20, Babar needed 17 runs to touch the 2000 run mark. He came to the crease after the end of the fifth over when Sharjeel Khan was dismissed by 18 runs. Babar touched the figure of two thousand in the 13th over.
Virat had scored 2000 runs in 56th innings.
Team India captain Virat Kohli had achieved the figure of two thousand in 56th Paari in T20 International cricket. At number three in this list is Australia’s captain Aaron Finch. Finch did this feat in the 62nd innings. Former New Zealand captain Brandon McCullum and opener Martin Guptill have crossed the 2,000-run mark in the 66th and 68th innings respectively.
Pakistan scored 165 for 3 wickets
Opener Mohammad Rizwan’s unbeaten 91 from 60 balls and Babar’s half-century helped Pakistan score 165 for 3 wickets, batting first. Rizwan hit 5 fours and 3 sixes