Top 5 highest individual score by Pakistani batsmen in the history of One Day International
Over the years, we came across many marathon knocks played by Pakistani batsmen in the game of cricket. Though every knock holds a great memory, and holds a special place in the heart of the fans.
Here, in this article, we have brought you the 5 highest individual scores of Pakistani batsmen in the ODI format of the game.
5. Sharjeel Khan:
In 2016 playing against Ireland Sharjeel Khan hammered a 85 ball third fastest ODI fifty in ODI and became the quickest by an Pakistani batsman in the ODI history. Sharjeel’s Khan 152 was the fifth highest score for Pakistan in One Day Internationals.
4. Imran Nazir:
Cricket World Cup tournament of the Group D 17th ODI match played between Zimbabwe and Pakistan at Kingston, Jamaica in 21st March 2007.Imran Nazir’s career-best 160 sets up to Pakistan cruising to via DLS method 93-run victory over Zimbabwe in the one-sided game of the World Cup Group D match. Imran Nazir’s 160 was highest score of the 2007 World Cup – overtaking Jacques Kallis’s 128 against Netherlands – and is also the highest individual ODI total in West Indies. The eight sixes he hammered equals the World Cup record for a batsman’s innings, set by Ricky Ponting in the 2003 final against India at Johannesburg.
3. Fakhar Zaman:
Fakhar Zaman (193) played an ODI knock for the ages even as the rest of the Pakistan batting order fell away in a chase of 342. His 193 is the highest ever ODI score by a batsman batting second.
2. Saeed Anwar:
May 21, 1997 is not a date Indian cricket fans would remember fondly. Against their arch rivals Pakistan, India were blown away by a batsman with a pretty strong record against them. At the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, Saeed Anwar not only took the Indian bowlers on but smashed his way into the record books, hitting the then-highest individual score of 194 in ODIs, eclipsing the 189 Viv Richards had scored 13 years ago.
- Fakhar Zaman:
Fakhar Zaman’s unbeaten 210 is the highest score by a Pakistani batsman Pakistani opener On this day Fakhar Zaman became the first ever batsman from his land to notch up a double century in One-day international cricket. He achieved the historic double on a cold afternoon at the Queens Sports Club