The Pakistan cricket team made history on Thursday when it became just the third team, after Australia and India, to win 500 One Day Internationals (ODI).
The team won the first ODI against New Zealand at Pindi Cricket Stadium by a margin of five wickets, achieving this amazing feat.
Beginning with their first ODI game against New Zealand in 1973, Pakistan’s path to this milestone has been long and illustrious. Pakistan has grown into a dominant force in the cricketing world over the years, producing legends like Imran Khan, Wasim Akram, and Waqar Younis.
Pakistan played 949 ODIs in order to reach this milestone, winning the majority of them against Sri Lanka (92), India (73), the West Indies (63), New Zealand (57), Zimbabwe (54), Australia (34), and each of England and Bangladesh (32).
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