Babar Azam becomes fastest to reach 14 ODI tons
Pakistan's Babar Azam plays a shot during the third one day international (ODI) cricket match between England and Pakistan at Edgbaston cricket ground in Birmingham on July 13, 2021. AFP
Pakistan captain Babar Azam Tuesday became the fastest batsman to reach 14 One-day centuries.
The number one ODI player reached the mark in his 83rd ODI and in 81 innings in the third one-day international against England at Cardiff.
Previously, the record was with South African legend Hashim Amla who took 87 matches and 84 innings to reach 14 ODI hundreds.
Next on the list is David Warner who scored his 14th hundred in his milestone 100th ODI game which was his 98th innings in the middle.
India’s Virat Kohli took 106 matches and 103 innings to reach the mark while his teammate Shikar Dhawan rounds up the top five as he reached the feat 106 ODIs and 105 innings.