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Babar Azam Becomes First Ever Pakistani Captain to Score Century in Fourth Innings on Home Soil

Pakistan’s captain and leading batsman Babar Azam has achieved triple digits in Test cricket after February 2020.

Babar Azam’s century against Australia in the fourth innings is Pakistan captain’s first Test hundred on home soil.

Moreover, Azam also became the second Pakistani captain after Younis Khan to score a century in the fourth innings of a friendly.

Younis Khan was the first Pakistani captain to break the record, doing so against India in Kolkata in 2007.

Furthermore, Babar’s collaboration with the remarkable Abdullah Shafique has set a new standard.

Babar and Abdullah’s current partnership of 171 runs is the highest ever partnership for a wicket against an Australian team.

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