Shan Masood Breaking World Record


Pakistan cricket is the unpredictable and you do not know what will be happened during a match of Pakistan against any other team of the world.

Hasan Ali and Shadab Khan are the newly emerging talent, who have sent the ripples of the brilliance to the world of cricket within one year. The domestic cricket of Pakistan is still struggling but there are many players, who show their performance and they appear in the new horizon of the domestic cricket and after that they get the chance to play Pakistan super league with the international players at the international venues. During the big event, they show their performance and you watch number of sparkling performance. Shan Masood is one of these players, who has already represented Pakistan in the test format.

Impeccable improvements

Shan Masood has shown the 23.54 average in just 14 innings and he struggled to convince the cricket fans of his ability to play at the higher level of cricket. He is included in the fittest players in the Pakistani camp and he has the timid mentality, which was questioned with the caliber to represent Pakistan as the opening batsman. Shan Masood was dropped from the team and he was neglected to be included in the national side. But he did not disappoint others and proved his worth in the international cricket. He responded to his critics and he set up the world record in the history of cricket.

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He has done the knock of 182 runs when he was playing for Islamabad against Rawalpindi and he took his average to 58.2 in List A matches. He surpassed the stupendous tally of 15103 runs, which were made by Michael Bevan in 427 matches with the average of 57.86.

The left handed opener has become the second batsman in the history of cricket, who scored more than 1000 runs in the 50 over season with the average of over 100 runs. Masood scored 1288 runs with the average of 128.80 with Bevan, who is the only other batsman, who got the similar numbers of 1201 runs with the average of 109.18 in 2000.

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