Fakhr Zaman made several records in his 193-runs inning against South Africa

The opening team of Pakistan cricket batsman Fakhr Zaman was unable to win the match in Johannesburg against Pakistan on Sunday, but his 193 runs innings were reported in the book.

In a round of 193, the 30-year-old sniper played 155 balls in order to make Pakistan closer to its target of 342, but he finished on the last shot.

The innings of Fakhar Zaman are the longest of all ODI cricket crickets in the other input. The award was previously bestowed by Shane Watson of Australia, who in 2011 played 185 innings against Bangladesh.

This is a Pakistani batsman's highest score against South Africa and is the second-highest overall score of any player.

The Sachin Tendulkar of India had scored 200 runs in 2011, while the highest innings of Pakistan had been 135 runs, played in 2002 by Saleem Elahi.

After David Warner scoring 173 in Cape Town, the 193-run innings at Johannesburg Wanderer are the largest in South Africa by an international cricket unit.

In the Innings of Fakhr Zaman was ten six, which makes him the third player in ODI versus South Africa to hit 10 or more six.

South Africa was hit 11 sixes by Martin Guptill and 10 sixes by Abdul Razzaq in 2010.

The second-highest score of any ODI losing team is Fakhr Zaman's individual scoring: the highest score for Charles Contre in Zimbabwe who couldn't save Zimbabwe from the Bangladesh defeat even after scoring 194 runs.

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