Shubman Gill vs Babar Azam stats, records and runs in ODI, T20 and test cricket

Shubman Gill vs Babar Azam stats, records and runs in ODI, T20 and test cricket

We examine the latest ODI record established by Indian cricketer Shubman Gill, who hit his sixth ODI century during the 2nd ODI of India vs Australia series and his stats compared to Babar Azam

In the second ODI of the three-match series against Australia, the emerging Indian cricketer Shubman Gill achieved a remarkable feat by breaking a world record. Gill outperformed the previous record held by former South African cricketer Hashim Amla for the highest run total after 35 innings in ODI cricket. Gill’s exceptional batting performance marked his sixth century in the ODI format, firmly establishing him as one of the most promising talents in international cricket.

Shubman Gill vs Babar Azam stats, records and runs in ODI, T20 and test cricket in all formats

Batting Stats

IT20

Mat Inns Out NO Runs HS Ave BP SR 200s 100s 50s 0s 4s 6s Ct St
Babar Azam 99 98 84 14 3485 122 41.48 2714 128.40 0 3 30 5 371 53 40 0
Shubman Gill 11 11 10 1 304 126 30.40 207 146.85 0 1 1 0 24 16 3 0

ODI

Mat Inns Out NO Runs HS Ave BP SR 200s 100s 50s 0s 4s 6s Ct St
Babar Azam 107 105 93 12 5409 158 58.16 6069 89.12 0 19 28 4 488 56 45 0
Shubman Gill 35 35 29 6 1917 208 66.10 1864 102.84 1 5 9 1 213 40 24 0

TEST

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Mat Inns Out NO Runs HS Ave BP SR 200s 100s 50s 0s 4s 6s Ct St
Babar Azam 90 88 79 9 3772 196 47.74 6834 55.19 0 9 26 7 420 20 69 0
Shubman Gill 33 33 30 3 966 128 32.20 1638 58.97 0 2 4 2 112 13 24 0

What is the latest ODI record cracked by Shubman Gill?

In a continuation of his outstanding string of performances, Shubman Gill’s century in the second clash against Australia has marked another significant milestone in his burgeoning cricket career. At the age of 24, he has now become the highest run-scorer in the first 35 innings of ODI cricket, accumulating an impressive total of 1900 runs.

This accomplishment has propelled him ahead of the renowned former South African batsman Hashim Amla, who previously held the record with 1844 runs. Notably, Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam, who had managed to score 1758-runs in his first 35 ODI games, has dropped to third-place in this list. Rassie van der Dussen, a middle-order batsman from South Africa, holds the fourth position, with Fakhar Zaman following closely behind.

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The 24-year-old cricketer has displayed remarkable batting prowess in the current year, amassing over 1200 runs in One Day Internationals (ODIs). Notably, he achieved his first-ever double century against New Zealand earlier this season. He is now in a position to surpass Sachin Tendulkar’s longstanding record of 1894 runs in a single calendar year. This young opening batsman boasts an impressive average of 68.11 and an equally striking strike rate of 103.14. Furthermore, he has registered six centuries and nine half-centuries in his relatively short cricketing career.

What happened in India vs Australia 2nd ODI in Indore’s Holkar Cricket Stadium?

In addition to Gill’s brilliant century, KL Rahul contributed with a well-crafted 52 runs from 38 balls, Ishan Kishan chipped in with a quick 31 runs off 18 balls, and Suryakumar Yadav showcased his prowess with a remarkable 72 runs off just 37 balls, reaching his half-century in a mere 24 deliveries. Australia, faced with the daunting task of chasing down a target of 399 runs, found themselves at 56 for 2 when rain once again interrupted play during the second ODI of the three-match series.

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David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne were at the crease when the match was suspended due to the inclement weather. Subsequently, Australia was assigned a revised target of 317 runs to chase in 33 overs after the rain delay during the second innings. Despite tenacious efforts from the Australian batsmen, Australia fell short of the target and succumbed to defeat.

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