Babar Azam, the Pakistani skipper has played unexceptionally well. Therefore, he served so well. Thus, no doubt he has prevailed in the hearts of all Pakistanis. Also, he is being honored all over the world and trending on all social sites. So, read out the complete details about Wisden positions Babar Azam’s 196 among the best fourth innings endeavors this century down below with us!
Wisden positions Babar Azam’s 196 among the best fourth innings endeavors this century
Babar Azam has been ranked among the best 4th innings efforts this century after he scores 196 runs against Australia. Plus, it is a great moment for him. Correspondingly, in this world cup, he was seen using his bat magic on the cricket field against every opponent. As always, he played unexceptionally and bested hearts with his skills. So, We wish him a piece of very good luck in his future career.
“The hosts had been bowled out for 148 in the first innings and were under immense pressure in the second innings after being set a target of 506. All of this didn’t seem to matter to Babar, who played an all-time great knock,” the report added.
“It was a team effort, as others chipped in with useful contributions too,” the Pakistan captain had said after the match. “We tried to be positive and play our shots. The team needed this knock, so I tried to bat for as long as I could.”
Babar Azam Most Famous Records
- Highest score by a Pakistani batter in fourth innings
- Highest score by a captain in the fourth innings.
- Most balls consumed by a Pakistan batter in the fourth innings
Top 10 fourth-innings batting performances listed by Wisden:
- Australia’s Ricky Ponting – 156 (275) vs England at Manchester, 2005
- South Africa’s Faf du Plessis – 110* (376) vs Australia at Adelaide, 2012
- Pakistan’s Babar Azam – 196 (425) vs Australia at Karachi, 2022
- India’s Rishabh Pant – 97 (118) vs Australia at Sydney, 2021
- South Africa’s Hashim Amla – 25 (159) vs Sri Lanka at Colombo, 2014
- England’s Matt Prior – 110 (182*) vs New Zealand at Auckland, 2013
- Australia’s Usman Khawaja – 141 (302) vs Pakistan at Dubai, 2018
- England’s Ian Bell – 78 (213) vs South Africa at Cape Town, 2010
- South Africa’s Faf du Plessis – 134 (309) vs India at Johannesburg, 2013
- West Indies’ Dwayne Smith – 105* (105) vs South Africa at Cape Town, 2005