Babar Azam's outstanding form and outstanding performance continue and he scored a new unique honor by scoring a half-century in the second T20 match against Australia, and with another brilliant inning, he can set a new world record.
Babar Azam, who for the first time in an international career through a series against Australia, apparently didn't feel the burden of captaincy, and he showed strong evidence by scoring half a century in both the first T20 matches against Australia.
After half a century in the first match, Babar scored a fifty score in the second T20 as well as a unique honor. In the second match against Australia, Babar Azam scored 50 off 38 balls with six fours and a total of more than 1600 runs in the calendar year.
Babar Azam is Pakistan's first batsman to receive this award and has scored a total of 1601 runs in domestic and international matches so far this year. Babar has made 1601 runs so far this year, representing the Pakistan team as well as the teams of Somerset, Karachi Kings, and Central Punjab, with 3 centuries and 12 half-centuries in 38 matches.
West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has the honor of scoring the most runs in Calendar Air, scoring 1665 runs in 36 innings in 2015, while Indian skipper Virat Kohli is the second-highest on the list. He scored 1614 runs in 31 innings in 2016.
Babar Azam can add a new date to the third T20 match against Australia and Chris Gayle's world record with a further 65 runs. It should be noted that the third and final T20 match between Pakistan and Australia will be played on November 8.