Pakistan's batsman Fakhar Zaman continues to break records

In 4th ODI Fakhar had set a world record of highest partnership of 304 runs

Pakistan's opening batsman, Fakhar Zaman on Sunday became the quickest batsman to score the quickest 1000 runs in one-day global (ODI) history.

Coming from a sensational inning of 210 runs in the fourth ODI, Fakhar Zaman continued his stellar form of late in the fifth and final ODI against Zimbabwe.

All of these players had taken 21 innings to score 1,000 runs.

Fakhar Zaman beat the likes of Viv Richards (West Indies), Kevin Pietersen (England), Jonathan Trott (England), Quinton de Kock (South Africa) and compatriot Babar Azam to clinch the top spot in the list. Indian captain Virat Kohli, a modern-day ODI great, got his 1,000th run in his 24th knock.

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During the 5th ODI in Bulawayo on Sunday, the left-handed Pakistan opener etched his name in history for a new world record as he became the fastest batsman to score 1000 ODI runs. While he missed out on what would have been his third hundred of the series, Zaman did also claim the records for most runs in a five-match bilateral series with 515 and most runs scored between dismissals in ODIs, having scored 455 runs since he was last dismissed in the first match of the series. His opening partner Imam-ul-Haq was also in the runs once again, the pair producing their fourth century stand of the series.

Just a couple of days back Fakhar Zaman had created another record as he became the first batsman from Pakistan to smash 200 runs in an innings in the previous game at the Queens Sports Club.

The visitors made three changes to their side, with Mohammad Nawaz, the only bowler yet to play a match in this series, coming into the XI.

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