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Achievements in Brief: (Pakistan Blind Cricket Council)
  • Pakistan Blind Cricket team stood Runners-up in the inaugural Twenty-20 Blind Cricket World Cup Dec 2013.
  • Pakistan Blind Cricket team reached in the final of all the three editions of Blind Cricket World Cups (One-Day Cricket) and won the last two World Cups consecutively.
  • Pakistan won 11 International series out of played 13.
  • Pakistan Blind Cricket team remained undefeated for five (5) consecutive years in one-day International Cricket.
  • Pakistan holds the record of  longest winning streak in International Cricket i.e consecutively won 27 (Twenty seven) one-day International matches.
  • Pakistan triumph 7 consecutive one-day series. (Vs India, Australia, South Africa, England (twice), Sri Lanka and Nepal)
  • Pakistan consecutively won 6 Twenty-20 series. (Vs the same aforementioned opponents.
  • World record highest total of 517 runs in One-Day International set against South Africa.
  • World record highest margin victory of 399 runs Vs South Africa.
  • World record of highest total successfully chased of 439 runs against England (Sharjah April 2010), which is the highest total successfully chased in any form of cricket.
  • World record highest score in T-20 cricket of 274 runs, set against England April 2010. 
  • World record highest partnership of unbeaten 390 runs.

        Salient Individual Award/records

Zeeshan Abbasi

Awarded with Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan

August 2013

Abdul Razzaq


Awarded with Tamgha-i-Imtiaz by the President of Pakistan

August 2011

Muhammad Akram

264 runs in T-20 International, The highest score by an individual in Twenty-20 International Cricket

West Indies

Bangalore, India Dec 2012

Masood Jaan


262 runs not out, The highest score by an individual in limited over Cricket (ODI) and entered his name in Guinness Book of World records.

South Africa

Delhi INDIA 1998

Ashraf Bhatti

Fastest Century on 37 Balls in ODI

New Zealand

Delhi INDIA 1998

Abdul Razzaq

Fastest fifty on 17 Balls in ODI


Delhi INDIA 1998

Amir Ishfaq

Best Bowling figure in ODI’s, he took five (5) wickets for 4 runs

New Zealand

Islamabad 2006


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