Babar Azam broke the world record of Virat Kohli, and also made this record in his name
Pakistan's captain Babar Azam continues to perform brilliantly in international cricket. He scored a century in the first ODI against West Indies on Wednesday. This is his third consecutive century in one-day cricket. He had earlier scored 114 and 105 not out against Australia.
Babar Azam has scored a hat-trick of centuries in ODI cricket for the second time in a row. Before this, he had scored a century in three consecutive matches against West Indies in the United Arab Emirates in 2016. Azam has now become the only batsman in the world to achieve this feat twice in ODI cricket.
On Wednesday, Babar Azam broke a world record held by former Indian captain Virat Kohli during his 103-run century. Now Azam has become the fastest cricketer to score 1000 runs in ODI cricket as a captain. He achieved this feat in his 13 innings of ODI cricket as captain. Earlier, Virat Kohli had achieved this feat in 17 innings.