Azhar Ali, the former captain of Pakistan, currently participating in the ongoing President’s Trophy for Sui Northern Gas Pipeline (SNGPL), has just notched his 50th century in first-class cricket.
This significant accomplishment positions him as the ninth Pakistani batsman to achieve such a milestone. At 38 years old, Azhar Ali has amassed a remarkable record of 16,478 runs in 265 first-class matches, batting across 458 innings, with an impressive average of 39.04.
Despite retiring from international cricket for Pakistan, Azhar Ali has opted to continue showcasing his skills in the realm of first-class cricket.
A notable figure in Pakistan cricket, Azhar Ali made his mark particularly in Test cricket. His memorable achievements include a triple-century against the West Indies in 2016, along with several heroic innings that contributed to Pakistan’s victories.