Pakistani skipper Babar Azam set several records on Monday when he hit a half-century to save the hosts from a precarious position in the series opener against New Zealand. He now holds the record for most runs scored in a calendar year by a Pakistani batsman, and has scored 50 or more most runs in a calendar year to save the hosts from a precarious position in the opening Test of the series against New Zealand. is recording. He currently holds the record for the most goals scored by a Pakistani batsman in a calendar year, with his scoring over 50 points in a calendar year.
The season was held by Mohammad Yusuf in the first innings of the opening Test against New Zealand. He currently holds the record for most RBIs in a calendar year by a Pakistani batsman, surpassing his Mohammad Yousuf total of 2 35 in 2006. 2022.
Third place goes to Saeed Anwar, who scored 2,296 runs in 3 matches in 1996. Half a century also means he holds the record for his most 50+ points in a calendar year. This was Babar’s 25.50 finish, surpassing Ricky’s 2, his Ponting record in 2005. Only three other hitters have broken the four-figure mark in this year’s Test. The 28-year-old is the top hitter in ICC Test batting average records and holds the number one spot on the list.