Fawad Alam Breaks Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli Record

Fawad Alam surpassed Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

The 35-year-old middle-order batsman has so far scored more than 13,000 first-class runs.

Talented batsman Fawad Alam, who has piled up runs in domestic cricket for a decade, has become the owner of a better first class average than Indian captain Virat Kohli and opener batsman Rohit Sharma. Fawad Alam has not had a chance to play ne Day International since 2015 and no T20 Internationals since 2010.

Fawad Alam' 35 Years old'was the strong candidate to join the Test cricket team after the retirement of Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan in 2017. but then' Inzamam-ul-Haq- (chief selector) selected his nephew Imam-ul-Haq' to replace him in the national cricket team. But this man Fawad Alam did not give up and after scoring a magnificent century in the 2nd innings of the 1st Test match' against New Zealand', fawad alam' scored the 3rd century of his Test career in the first innings of the Karachi Test against' South Africa.

Fawad Alam, 35, has so far scored 13023 runs in 176 first-class matches at an average of 56.13, including 38 centuries and 61 half-centuries, and is still ranked 5th in the list of best first-class batsmen in cricket. Sri Lankan batsman Patham Nisanka is at number one with an average of 67.54, former Australian captain Steve Smith is at number two with an average of 57.51, Bangladeshi batsman Musaddiq Hussain is at number three with an average of 57.35. Indian batsman Hanuman Vihari, who started his Test career during the IPL, is at the fourth position with an average of 56.75, while Indian batsman Rohit Sharma is at the sixth position with an average of 54.62.

Fawad Alam's first-class average is even higher than that of legendary Australian batsman Ricky Ponting (55.90), former India captain Rahul Dravid (55.33) and Indian captain Virat Kohli (53.61). He started his Test career against Sri Lanka in 2009 and scored a magnificent 168 in his second innings.

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