Babar Azam smashed his maiden century in the Pakistan Super League, equalling his batting records with David Warner and Aaron Finch in T20 cricket.
A change of franchise brought a change of fortunes for Babar Azam as the talismanic batter of the Green Army smashed his maiden century in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) on Wednesday. The batting superstar notched up his first-ever century in the PSL during the 25th match of the elite T20 tournament between Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators at the Pindi Club Ground in Rawalpindi.
Pakistan’s all-format captain Babar completed his hundred with his trademark cover drive in the 18th over bowled by pacer Naseem Shah. Regarded as one of the finest batters in the modern era of the game, Babar’s maiden PSL ton is also his 8th century in the shortest format of the game. The Pakistani run machine has equalled the batting records of Australian icons David Warner and Aaron Finch with his 8th T20 century.