daily-fantasy-sports-advice,After twin failures in the first two ODIs of the ongoing series against England, Pakistan captain Babar Azam returned to form in the third and final ODI on Tuesday. Babar notched up his 14th ODI century to achieve a new milestone in ODI cricket. The prolific Pakistan batsman became the fastest batsman to notch up 14 ODI centuries in terms of innings.
handball-match-report,Babar achieved the feat in the third ODI between Pakistan and England at Edgbaston in Birmingham. He completed his hundred with a four of Saqib Mahmood's bowling in the 38th over of Pakistan's innings after the visitors were asked to bat first in the game. Babar surpassed South Africa's Hashim Amla, India captain Virat Kohli and David Warner to achieve the elusive record.
Babar has completed his 14th ODI hundred in his 81st innings in ODIs while Amla, who previously held the record took 84 innings to reach the milestone. Australian star David Warner slammed 14 ODI hundreds in 98 matches while Kohli took 103 innings to reach the feat.,olympia-quali-handball-berlin-zuschauer
www.sbo.com,Fastest Players to hit 14 ODI tons:
Babar Azam - 81 innings
Hashim Amla- 84 innings
David Warner - 98 innings
Virat Kohli - 103 innings
The pressure was on Babar to bounce back strongly after he had recorded scores of 0 and 19 in the last two ODIs which saw Pakistan lose both games on the trot and concede the three-match series 2-0. The Pakistan skipper delivered under pressure with a brilliant century in the third and final ODI in Edgbaston.,college-softball-betting-lines
gonzaga-basketball-injury,After being invited to bat first, Pakistan once again got off to a stuttering start as they lost opener Fakhar Zaman cheaply on 6 off 14 balls before Babar combined with Imam-ul-Haq (56) to add 92 runs for the second wicket. He added another big partnership of 179 runs for the third wicket with Mohammad Rizwan, who notched up 74 off 58 deliveries.
cricket-scorecard-ipl-2021-live-score-india,Babar Azam registers his highest ODI score:
ice-hockey-qld,Babar scored 158 runs off 139 balls laced with 14 fours and 4 sixes before being dismissed by Brydon Carse in the final over of Pakistan's innings. The Pakistan skipper registered his highest ever individual score in ODIs to make it a memorable outing for himself.
online-casino-legit,With the help of Babar's ton and half-centuries from Imam and Rizwan, Pakistan managed to breach the 300-run mark for the first time in the ongoing series against England. The Men in Green posted a huge total of 331 runs on the board in 50 overs and will be hopeful of bagging a consolation win to end the series on a high.