Former captain Babar Azam achieved unique record in third T20 series.
Former Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam scored a unique record by scoring a half-century in the third match of Pakistan New Zealand T20.
Babar Azam has become the world’s second leading batsman in T20 Internationals. Who scored 50 or more innings 10 times but failed to lead the team to victory.
In the third match between Pakistan and New Zealand in Dunedin, Babar Azam played an innings of 58 runs off 37 balls with the help of 1 six and 8 fours, but he failed to win the match for Pakistan.
In today’s match, New Zealand player Finn Allen showed aggressive batting and scored 137 runs from 62 balls with the help of 16 sixes and 5 fours, while Pakistani bowler Haris Rauf took 2 wickets by giving 60 runs in his four overs.
The former Indian captain Virat Kohli is the first in this list, who played 50 or more innings 11 times but the Indian team failed to win the match.
It should be noted that Babar Azam scored half-centuries in the first three matches of the series, but he failed to win the team.
It should be noted that in the five T20 series between Pakistan and New Zealand, the host team has a decisive lead of three to zero.