Afridi 6000

Posted on June 15, 2010
Filed Under >Owais Mughal, Sports
9 Comments
Total Views: 17729

Owais Mughal

While Pakistan continued their losing streak in all forms of cricket, Shahid Afridi reached an individual landmark today. He completed 6000 career runs in ODIs. I must also say that today he indeed played a very brave innings. Only if few others had stayed longer with him, then Pakistan had the match in their hands. Atleast run-rate was never an issue today.

Anyways, back to the individual records. Afridi has now become Pakistan’s 7th and World’s 40th batsman to reach 6000 ODI runs. Following is the updated list of Pakistanis who have achieved this milestone. Numbers in parenthesis show their World ranking in terms of highest ODI career runs.

1 (4). Inzamam-ul-Haq 11739 runs at an average of 39.52
2 (9). Muhammad Yousuf 9624 runs at 42.39
3 (13). Saeed Anwar 8824 runs at 39.21
4 (25). Javed Miandad 7381 runs at 41.7
5 (27). Saleem Malik 7170 runs at 32.88
6 (34). Ijaz Ahmed 6564 runs at 32.33
7 (40). Shahid Afridi 6066 runs at 23.51

Related Posts with Thumbnails

9 responses to “Afridi 6000”

  1. Faraz Somjee says:

    Well Afridi is made brave attempt but opening in particular and batting in general remains a problem. Try Kamran and Salman at opening spot with Razzak as one down who in past has very well served this position. With Afridi in lower middle order Pak dont need Razzak down the order.!!

  2. Farigh says:

    Everytime I see Afridi, the images of him chewing balls comes to my mind, what a pity such a immoral leads our team.

  3. Some comments from the ATP Facebook Page:

    – “A CAPTAINS INNING !!!!”
    – “But what about M.Amir telephonic chat just b4 his turn”
    – “boom boom Afridi!”
    – “great inngs booooommmm geo”
    – “good gr8 inngs we must appericiate him”

  4. Owais Mughal says:

    A trivia from yesterday’s match. Shahid Afridi has now hit 51 sixers in ODIs against Sri Lanka alone.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*