In today's article, we are going to tell you about those 7 records of cricket world which are named after Yusuf Pathan. Let us know about them-
Record number 7
Indian all-rounder Yusuf Pathan played for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2014 against Sunrisers Hyderabad with a half-century in 15 balls. During this, he scored 26 runs in an over from Dale Steyn. Yusuf Pathan is second in the IPL history for the fastest half-century.
Record number 6
A unique record is recorded in the name of Joseph. He sent 11 consecutive balls across the boundary line. It consists of 5 sixes and 6 fours. In 2010 against the Mumbai Indians, the Rajasthan Royal player sent 11 consecutive balls (6, 6, 6, 6, 4, 4, 6, 4, 4, 4, 4) across the boundary line in this way.
Record number 5
This player of the Indian team is the only player to have scored more than 40 wickets in the IPL with over 3000 runs. There is no other player around this record of his.
Record number 4
Playing for Rajasthan in IPL 2010, Pathan scored a century in 37 balls. During this time he scored 100 runs with the help of 8 sixes and 9 fours. Pathan is second in terms of scoring the fastest century in the IPL. He is the only Indian player in the top 5.
Record number 3
Yusuf Pathan has scored a total of 2 centuries in ODI cricket for India and has completed both centuries with sixes. Which is a record. Yusuf Pathan scored his first century (105 runs) against South Africa in 2011, while the second century (123) was scored against New Zealand in 2010.
Record number 2
Yusuf Pathan played a one-day match against South Africa in 2011. In which he completed his century in just 68 balls. In this way, Yusuf Pathan joined eighth in the list of players who have scored the fastest century in ODI cricket.
Record number 1
Yusuf Pathan is the only Indian player who made his World Cup final and the team should have won in a debut match. Pathan played his debut match in the 2007 T20 World Cup final. The Indian team had won in this match. Breaking this record of his will be a challenge for any Indian player.