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Monday, July 23, 2018

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 2018: A Memorable Tour in Pakistan Cricket History.

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 2018: A Memorable Tour in Pakistan Cricket History. A lot of Records Broken.

In the first innings against Zimbabwe at the Queens Sports Club (Fourth ODI), the Pakistan team opener Fakhar Zaman and Imam ul Haq made a new global record for the first wicket of highest runs with 304.

Opening batsman Fakhar Zaman became proud of making a double-century score in the fourth one-day against Zimbabwe, but many other records were broken by the green shirts in Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Tour 2018.

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Fakhar Zaman became the first Pakistani batsmen to make the double century.

Khabar Zaman became the first innings to become the fifth highest batsmen in the first Pakistani and world rankings. He played 210 scores unbeaten innings.

The aggressive mood batsman also bowled Saeed Anwar's record of making Pakistan the highest individual score, which he made against India against 194 runs.

It is remembered that the record of making individual scores in one-day cricket is near Rohit Sharma of India, who played this honor by playing excellent innings in Kolkata's Eden Gardens Ground in Kolkata in November 2014.

New Zealand's Martin Guptill scored 237 runs, Virender Sehwag 219, West Indies Chris Gil 215 and Rohit Sharma 209 runs in the series with the highest scoring batsmen.

Imam-ul-Haq is the world's first batsman who got a unique honor of making four centuries in ten matches.


Fourth Highest Partnership in One Day Cricket History, Fakhar & Imam.

The total score of 399 runs is Pakistan's highest score in fourth one-day against West Indies. Earlier in 2010, green shirts against Bangladesh were able to score 385 runs.

Fakhar Zaman and Imam ul Haq provided Pakistan a start of 304. This was the first time by any team had provided more than 300 or more runs on the first wicket. Both the batsmen had broken the record of Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga's 286 runs in 2006, which they had made against England in the Leeds Cricket Ground.

Pakistan's former opener Imran Farhat and Mohammad Hafeez also made a 228 run partnership with Zimbabwe against the first wicket in September 2011 but now Pakistan has got a new world record for the longest partnership on the first wicket.

By setting up a partnership of 304 runs, both the batsmen broke the record of integration of the biggest contribution from Pakistan's side in which Amir Suhail & Inzamam-ul-Haq record which he made against New Zealand in 1994, Fakhar Zaman was not out for 210 runs, with the help of 5 six's and 24 four's on 155 balls, this honor was named,

 Earlier the largest partnership in a One Day cricket history was just behind Chris Gale-Samuel (372), Tendulkar-Rahul Dravid (331) and Sourav Ganguly-Rahul Dravid(318).


 Fastest one thousand (1000)runs in One-Day (ODI) cricket: Fakhar Zaman.

Bulawayo: Pakistan opener batsman Fakhar Zaman broke the record of West Indies Legend Sir Vivian Richards and became to making the fastest one-thousand runs in one-day cricket.

Pakistan team opener Fakhar Zaman made this record by making 20 runs against Zimbabwe in his 18th career match.

Fakhar Zaman broke the record of making the fastest One thousand runs in the One Day Cricket ahead of West Indies Legend Sir Vivien Richards, South African Quinton de Kock, former England captain Kevin Pietersen, & Fellow Player Jonathan Trott and 21-year-old Fellow player Babur Azam.

In the fifth ODI match, Fakhar Zaman has also named another world record and he became the highest player ever to making the highest runs in the five-one-day series.

He broke the record of Zimbabwe's Hamilton Masakadza of 467 runs.

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