Pakistan's Fakhar Zaman becomes fastest batsman to score 10000 ODI runs
ISLAMABAD: Fakhar Zaman on Sunday became the first batsman to score the quickest 1000 runs in one-day international (ODI) history.
The Pakistani opener needed 20 runs to reach the milestone against Zimbabwe in the fifth and final ODI.
He's reached the milestone in only 18 innings - the previous best was 21 innings by KP, Viv Richards, Jonathan Trott, Quinton de Kock and Babar Azam
He smashed a double ton against Zimbabwe on Friday, breaking Saeed Anwar's 194, the highest score in ODI innings by a Pakistani batsman.