Pakistan have always been a country that has produced top-tier bowlers in their history. On the other hand, it has produced quality batters as well. Right now, Babar Azam has been making waves across all three formats of the game. He is easily one of the best batters in the world because of the consistency that he brings to the table.
On the other hand, the likes of Mohammad Rizwan and Fakhar Zaman are the other batters who have been doing pretty decently well as far as the batting department is concerned. Now, in this article, we will go through the names of two Pakistani batters with the most runs in five consecutive ODI innings.
1. Babar Azam
Pakistan captain Babar Azam is widely recognized as one of the greatest batsmen in the current era. Notably, he is the only cricketer in the world to be featured in the top ten rankings across all formats of the game.
Babar Azam possesses a brilliant batting technique and is best known for assessing the conditions before dictating the terms. He is one of the Pakistani batters to score more than 500 runs in five consecutive ODI innings.
Overall, he pitched in with 537 runs at a sensational strike rate of 104.07. Babar Azam scored 5089 runs at an average of 59.2 including 18 centuries and 26 half-centuries.
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2. Fakhar Zaman
Fakhar Zaman is highly rated as one of the most swashbuckling openers in limited-overs cricket. The left-handed batter hogged the limelight in the wake of his match-winning century in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy final against Team India where he scored 114 off 106 balls and was named the man of the match.
The 33-year-old cricketer is one of the Pakistani cricketers who mustered more than 500 runs in five consecutive ODI innings. Overall, he aggregated 515 runs at a scintillating strike rate of 111.47. He scored 3148 runs in 70 innings at an average of 48.4 including 10 centuries and 15 half-centuries.
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