Babar Azam surpassed Virat Kohli, made a very special record by scoring 11th century
In the second match of the series of three one-day matches against Sri Lanka, Pakistan opener Babar Azam achieved a very special achievement on Monday.
Babar Azam scored a brilliant century of 115 runs in 105 balls with the help of eight fours and four sixes. With this one century, Babar left behind Team India captain Virat Kohli in this matter.
Babar scored his 11th century in ODIs and became the only batsman in Asia to achieve this feat in the shortest innings.
Babar Azam took 71 innings to score his 11th century. At the same time, Virat Kohli of India had played 82 innings to score 11 ODI centuries. In this case, Babar left Virat Kohli 11 innings behind in this case.
Former South African batsman Hashim Amla holds the record for scoring 11 centuries by playing the lowest innings in ODI cricket. Amla did this feat in just 64 innings of ODIs. Second place is named South Africa's Quinton de Kock. Deacock had scored his 11th ODI century in 65 ODI innings. Babar has come third in this list.