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World Cup 2019: Babar Azam created a new record after 32 years

Babar Azam created a new record
ICC Cricket World Cup-2019: Pakistani batsman Babar Azam created a new record after 32 years. He is the former Pakistani all-rounder, answered the words of Shahid Afridi. Repeat a work performed 32 years ago.

Afridi recently said to Babar that Babar may be like Virat (Kohli) but he has to prove that he has scored bigger. One day after that, Babar gave evidence.

Babur, who scored 101 runs against New Zealand, scored 101 runs in the innings, he made a great talent, Earlier, in the World Cup in Pakistan (Babur played at number three), the last century was seen in 1987. It comes from Selim Malik’s bat. Then, in the last 32 years, without any opener in the World, a batsman never seen a century.

He lifted his 10th Test century in ODIs and won the team also. “It’s my best innings in ODIs,” Babar said after his match. Because it played in the match that must be won.

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