Pakistan captain Babar Azam registered yet another new record to his name when he slammed a century against West Indies in Multan. Babar becomes the first batsman to smash three consecutive centuries of a record two times.
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Babar scored 103 runs off 107 balls and also helped his team to chase down the target of 306 in the first ODI of the three-match ODI series against the West Indies.
Previously Babar Azam has scored three consecutive centuries against West Indies in 2016. His innings were – 117, 123, and 120 in the three-match ODI series. And now, again he has scored back to back three centuries to reach the milestone of the hat-trick of centuries the second time. This time his innings are: 114, 105, and 103 runs. The first two centuries came against Australia recently while the last one is against West Indies yesterday.
Most times Scoring 3 or more Consecutive ODI 100s: Babar Azam
2 times – Babar Azam*
1 time – Kumar Sangakkara
1 time – Virat Kohli
1 time – Jonny Bairstow
1 time – Quinton De Kock
1 time – ABD
1 time – H Gibbs
1 time – Rohit Sharma
1 time – S Anwar
1 time – Z Abbas
1 time – Ross Taylor
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N.B: Last Updated on 08/06/2022.
Babar, who made his debut against Zimbabwe in May 2015, has featured in 87 ODI matches. Meanwhile, with the help of 17 hundred and 18 half-centuries, Babar has scored 4364 runs at an average of 59.18. At the moment, he is the world’s number one batter in ODI rankings and he proved his worth by helping his side chase down another difficult total on Wednesday in the first ODI.