World RecordThe left-handed opener Shan has also become only the second batsman in history to score more than 1,000 runs in a 50-over season at an average of more than 100. He managed a total score tally of 1,288 runs at an average of 128.80, with Bevan the only other batsman to achieve similar numbers – 1,201 runs at an average of 109.18 in 2000. His knock of 182 while playing for Islamabad against Rawalpindi, Shan took his average to 58.2 in List-A, surpassing the stupendous tally of 15,103 runs by Micheal Bevan in 427 matches with an average of 57.86. Granted that Shan has only played 71 matches, however it is still a remarkable feat for someone who had so much pressure to perform and critics to respond to. Shan has not only responded to all the critics but along the way, set up a new world record in cricket history.
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