As captain of the national team, he became the only batsman in the world to score 1000 runs in less than 15 matches.
As captain, Babar Azam became the only batsman in the world to score 1000 runs in less than 15 matches. According to details, Babar Azam died in the first match of ODI series against West Indies.
He set two world records in the same match. As captain, Babar Azam became the only batsman in the world to score 1000 runs in just 13 ODIs.
Indian captain Virat Kohli scored a thousand runs in 17 innings as captain. Meanwhile, Pakistan captain Babar Azam set another unique record after scoring his 17th century in ODI cricket. The No. 1 ranked batsman in the ICC is now the only batsman in the history of ODI cricket to have scored three centuries twice in a row.
The Pakistani captain had scored two centuries in the last two ODIs against Australia in March-April.
Babar scored 114 (83 balls) in the second ODI and 105 (115 balls) in the third ODI against Australia while Pakistan won the three-match series 2-1. In 2016, Babar scored his first century hat-trick against the same opposition in the UAE.
He scored 120 in the first ODI, 123 in the second ODI in Sharjah and 117 in the third ODI in Abu Dhabi and scored his first century hat-trick in 2016.
Babar is also the second highest scorer for Pakistan with 17 centuries. Second only to Saeed Anwar who scored 20 centuries. Sri Lankan wicket keeper-batsman Kumara Sangakkara holds the record for most consecutive centuries by any batsman.