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Babar Azam: Most Runs for Pakistan in a World Cup

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  1. Gotham Cronie
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    Gotham Cronie Youngsta Beauty

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    1. Babar Azam - 443* - 2019 (8 matches)
    2. Javed Miandad - 437 - 1992 (9 matches)
    3. Saeed Anwar - 368 - 1999 (10 matches)
    4. Misbah-ul-Haq - 350 - 2015 (7 matches)
    5. Rameez Raja - 349 - 1987 (7 matches)
    6. Rameez Raja - 349 - 1992 (8 matches)
     
  2. Shaz130
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    Shaz130 Talented

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    What a legend!
     
  3. Mohammed Bilal
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    Mohammed Bilal Tracer Bullet

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    CricketFan96 Smooth Operator

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    Lost all respect for this selfish **** after today’s game. Clearly played for his average, when what we needed was a hit or miss approach.


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  5. Patriot
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    Patriot Kaptaan

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    Babar > Miandad
     
  6. ASLI-PATHAN
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    ASLI-PATHAN Cricistan Khan

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    Miandad's runs won the WC for Pakistan. While Babar's didn't even took Pakistan to last 4. So NO not at all.
     
  7. Mohammed Bilal
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    Mohammed Bilal Tracer Bullet

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    Bhai was he supposed to make all the runs on his own??

    If this was 92 Babar would be much more glamour option as compared to Miandad. In 92, 260 was massive and 240 was a good score.

    Pakistan would have won the world cup by a larger margin if they had Babar in 92 especially if Babar had someone like Imran.
     
  8. ASLI-PATHAN
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    ASLI-PATHAN Cricistan Khan

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    Not his fault. He played well here but no one will remember these runs after a few years but will forever remember Miandad runs.
     
  9. iZeeshan
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    iZeeshan Whispering Death

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    Can't blame Babar as it's obviously the team strategy to win this game and not make it to the semis. He's a top player but definitely not better than Miandad lol.

    This is his first WC right? He's got at least 2 more, 3 even if he can still perform at 36.
     
  10. KingOfDoosra
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    KingOfDoosra Sultan of Swing

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    He probably will be there at 36
     
  11. Fireworks11
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    What a player. Marvellous player. First name on the sheet.
     
  12. cricfreak
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    cricfreak Emerging Player

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    Shakib and Babar are perfect example that it takes a team effort to win a game let alone a tournament

    With players like Malik, Sarfraz and even Hafiz in the starting 11 we were already catching up from ball one.
     
  13. ShokoTolo_LoloMoto
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    ShokoTolo_LoloMoto Talented

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    na.

    These were freaking 58 meter boundaries in some grounds and the game itself has changed where more and more runs are now scored due to whatever shitty laws we now have in favor of the batsman.

    Javed and Ramiz's 1992 runs were scored mostly in Australia in mostly proper size grounds and there weren't two new balls or free hit crap in those days.

    When was the last time you saw a batsman scoring 4 runs by running between the wickets? I never saw it in England but remember it used to happen in Australia where the ground size separates men from prostitutes.
     
  14. ASLI-PATHAN
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    ASLI-PATHAN Cricistan Khan

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    In 1992 WC two new balls were used from each end. The first time this happened in ODIs.
     
  15. ShokoTolo_LoloMoto
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    ShokoTolo_LoloMoto Talented

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    Yes, I guess you are right. There were two new balls.
    I stand corrected.
    Thanks.
     

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