Pakistan have registered their biggest ever T20I total, hammering 205/3, getting past their previous highest of 203/5 against Bangladesh in 2008 and the surprisingly the same score of 203/5 against WI in the 1st T20I of the series
Pakistan may be playing against a second-tier West Indies side but piling on the runs and breaking records is never a walk in the park.
Babar Azam (97*)and Hussain Talat (63) accumulated a mammoth 119 for the second wicket, making sure Pakistan was well placed to break a few records.
Pakistan’s three highest totals are in Karachi, the latest of which also made them the first team to score 180+ on 4 successive occasions.
Pakistan finish with 205-3, their highest ever total, and become the first team in T20I history to score 180plus in 4 consecutive matches. #PakvWI
— Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) April 2, 2018
Pakistan’s run machine, Babar Azam’s 97* is the third highest individual score by a Pakistani batsman in T20I cricket. Ahmad Shehzad holds the record for the top two (111*, 98*).
— Saj Sadiq (@SajSadiqCricket) April 2, 2018