Younis 5000 & Misbah 1000

Posted on July 2, 2008
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Younis Khan, PakistanWhen Younis Khan hit a 4 off Piyush Chawla to take his score to 37 in today’s match against India, he completed his 5000 runs in ODIs. He went on to score 123 not out in today’s innings. He thus became Pakistan’s 9th and World’s 45th batsman to reach this milestone. Following is the updated list of top Pakistani career run scorers in ODIs.

1. Inzamam-ul-Haq 11739 runs at an average of 39.52
2. Muhammad Yousuf 9241 runs at 43.18
3. Saeed Anwar 8823 runs at 39.21
4. Javed Miandad 7381 runs at 41.7
5. Saleem Malik 7170 runs at 32.88
6. Ijaz Ahmed 6564 runs at 32.33
7. Rameez Raja 5841 runs at 32.09
8. Shahid Afridi 5479 runs at 23.51
9. Younis Khan 5087 runs at 33.91

Misbah-ul-Haq, PakistanContinuing further down the list, Misbah-ul-Haq completed his 1000 runs in ODIs on June 29, 2008. Misbah-ul-Haq thus became Pakistan’s 29th player to complete 1000 runs in ODIs.

Following is the updated list that continues down to all Pakistanis who have scored atleast 1000 rus in ODIs.

10. Aamer Sohail 4780 runs at 31.86
11. Shoaib Malik 4576 runs at 35.75
12. Abdul Razzak 4465 runs at 29.96
13. Wasim Akram 3717 runs at 16.52
14. Imran Khan 3709 runs at 33.41
15. Moin Khan 3266 runs at 23.00
16. Mudassar Nazar 2653 runs at 25.26
17. Zaheer Abbas 2572 runs at 47.62
18. Salman Butt 2062 runs at 38.9
19. Yasir Hameed 2028 runs at 36.87
20. Mohsin Khan 1877 runs at 26.81
21. Imran Nazir 1784 runs at 24.77
22. Rashid Latif 1709 runs at 19.42
23. Kamran Akmal 1621 runs at 25.32
24. Saleem Elahi 1579 runs at 36.72
25. Azhar Mahmood 1521 runs at 18.1
26. Shoaib Mohammad 1269 runs at 24.4
27. Basit Ali 1265 runs at 34.18
28. Misbah-ul-Haq 1085 runs at 38.75
29. Asif Mujtaba 1068 runs at 26.04

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6 responses to “Younis 5000 & Misbah 1000”

  1. JH says:

    Younis’s stats don’t soeem too impressive because for most part of his career, Younis Khan has batted in the lower middle order where there is very little room to perform in ODIs. He is doing a pretty decent job in the upper middle order these days. One of the more consistent scorers in an otherwise, highly inconsistent side.

    As for Misbah, he just needs to add the same finishing touch to his profile the way he batted till the end against India. He is a fine player who usually lets it go after being so close. Hopefully he will become another match winner and not just a middle of the road, middle order batsman.

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