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Babar Azam Poised to Rewrite Records in Pakistan vs. New Zealand T20I Series

As Pakistan gears up to face New Zealand in a five-match T20I series commencing on April 18 at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, all eyes are on Babar Azam, the white-ball captain, who is on the brink of rewriting history.

Babar Azam Poised to Rewrite Records in Pakistan vs. New Zealand T20I Series

Babar Azam stands on the cusp of surpassing multiple records, with wins in three out of five matches potentially elevating him to the title of the most successful T20I captain. Currently tied with Eoin Morgan and Asghar Afghan at 42 wins, Babar aims to outshine Brian Masaba’s record of 44 wins as captain from Uganda.

Moreover, if Babar participates in all five matches of the series, he will equal Aaron Finch’s record of leading his country in the most T20Is, a milestone set at 76 matches. Babar’s leadership in 71 T20I encounters has already showcased his prowess on the field.

In terms of individual performance, Babar is closing in on Aaron Finch’s record of scoring the most runs as captain in T20Is, trailing by a mere 42 runs. With 2195 runs under his belt, Babar’s consistent batting has been instrumental for Pakistan.

Additionally, Babar is on the verge of becoming the first Pakistani batter to breach the 4000-run mark in T20I cricket, needing 302 runs to achieve this milestone. Currently ranked third in the list of highest run-scorers in T20Is, Babar’s potential ascent to the top ranks alongside the likes of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma signifies his stature in the cricketing world.

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As anticipation builds for the Pakistan vs. New Zealand T20I series, cricket enthusiasts await with bated breath to witness Babar Azam’s record-breaking performances, poised to etch his name in the annals of cricketing history.

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