Younis Khan has become the first Pakistani batsman on Saturday, to score 9,000 Test runs.
Some days after he broke the record of Javed Miandad’s 8832 runs in Test matches, Mardan’s Khan has become first Pakistani batsman to score 9,000 Test runs.
Playing his 103rd Test, 37-year-old Younis surely got to the milestone right after tea, when he drove England’s leg-spinner Adil Rashid for a single.
Prior, he was a part of a 67-run organization with Mohammad Hafeez in the following innings to place Pakistan at the top subsequent to the bowling out England at 242 in Dubai.
Younis has many records in Test match history. He is the main Pakistani batsman to possess a century against all Test playing nations.
At one time, he was the main genuine player to have a normal of fifty or more in each innings of a Test match. He has hit presumably the most hundreds of years five batting in the fourth innings and has the best average in the present time in the fourth innings with 60.59.
He also has the many record for most centuries in Test cricket by a Pakistani.
All through the two-Test series against Australia in October 2014, Younis hammered 468 runs running at by and large 156, incorporating a brilliant 213 in Abu Dhabi. In the latest series against Sri Lanka, Younis hit 171 as Pakistan pursued down 382, their most elevated-ever chase in Test history to sticker a phenomenal 2-1 arrangement win.