This Sunday, Shoaib Malik, a famous Pakistani batsman, made history by becoming the first player from Pakistan to hit 1,000 fours in T20 cricket. This exciting achievement took place during a National T20 Cup match between Sialkot and Rawalpindi regions in Karachi.
Playing in a total of 446 international matches for Pakistan, Malik reached this milestone in 482 innings, making him the eighth player in the world to achieve this feat. Not only that, but he also completed hitting 400 sixes in T20s, making him the only Pakistani to do so.
Currently leading Sialkot in the National T20 Cup, Malik scored an impressive 84 runs off 56 balls, including 10 boundaries, setting a target of 164 runs. However, despite his efforts, Rawalpindi successfully chased the target in 18.4 overs. Also read Shan Foods Jobs Announced for all Pakistani Apply Now
Shoaib Malik has his eyes set on surpassing Chris Gayle’s record for the most T20 runs and needs 1,719 more runs to achieve this remarkable milestone. With 12,843 runs in 482 innings, Malik continues to excel, showcasing his skills both with the bat and ball, even after 24 years since his international debut in 1999.