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Kamran Ghulam breaks the 36-year-old record of Saadat Ali

Kamran Ghulam breaks the 36-year-old record of Saadat Ali

Kamran Ghulam breaks the 36-year-old record of Saadat Ali

The well-known first-class cricketer, Kamran Ghulam has broken the 36-year-old record of Saadat Ali as he crosses the most number of runs in a single edition of the Quaid e Azam trophy.

36 years back, Saadat became the one with the most number of runs in an edition of the QeA trophy and no other got the potent yet to break it until Kamran came.

Notably, he has smashed the fifth ton in the ongoing season against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on day three of the final. His hundred includes fourteen fours and a six.

Central Punjab’s batting and all rounding lad has a seven-year-old career with 2409 runs including nine centuries and 25 wickets.

The player is overwhelmed by his achievements and praised the coach Abdul Razzaq for backing him enhancing his abilities.

Stats KAMRAN GHULAM SAADAT ALI
Innings 20 18
Runs 1245 1217
Average 65.52 71.58
50s 5 6
100s 5 3
HS 166 208
Season 2020-21 1983-84

Kamran Ghulam breaks the 36-year-old record of Saadat Ali

“This has been an extraordinary season for me and I am grateful to my teammates and my coaches who have played an integral role in my success this season,” says 25-year-old Upper Dir-born batsman

“I also want to thank my family as this would not have been possible without their sacrifices in this extraordinary season which has kept the players away from their houses for the past four months.

“This season has given me a lot of confidence and now I have more faith in my abilities than before. Having a legend like Abdul Razzaq as a coach has helped me in identifying my strengths and now my aim is to build on them. “My aim is now to build on this and represent Pakistan at the highest level.”

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