A batsman who gets dismissed without scoring a run is a duck. A 'duck' is a cricketer's worst nightmare. Whether they're an experienced, skilled batsman or a bowler, it's something to avoid. "scoring a duck" refers to a batsman who has not scored any runs in his innings before being removed from the game. A batsman without scoring a run does not have the finest of sensations. Countless batters in the world got out without even scoring a run. Pakistan has the most undesired ducks, with 658 in 927 matches. They have produced many great batters in international cricket, but they have also had to contend with a terrible performance of cricket with a bat. It's hardly a surprise that Pakistan has the highest ducks, as most Pakistani batters have been erratic in white-ball cricket throughout the years. Pakistan has produced some outstanding white-ball hitters, although batting has never been the country's strong suit. Bowling has always been a strong side of the Pakistan Cricket Team. Following are the Top 10 Players of Pakistan who have the most ducks in ODIs.

1. Shahid Afridi

Shahid Afridi, one of Pakistan's most feared batters, was just concerned with how he could get the ball into the stands. And that may be why the man who held the record for the fastest ODI century (in 37 balls versus Sri Lanka in 1996) for over 18 years also has the second-most golden ducks in 50-over cricket. Afridi was a complete nightmare for bowlers because of his destructive slogging ability. He was known as 'Boom Boom .' He scored 8064 runs in 398 ODIs for Pakistan. In the 50-over format, he registered a duck 30 times.

2. Wasim Akram 

Wasim Akram gets regarded as a great game and one of the best bowlers the world has ever seen in both Test and ODI forms. Akram had a long and successful career as a batsman, eventually becoming a good all-rounder in his latter years. Akram has scored 28 ducks in One Day International career overall.

3. Younis Khan 

Younis Khan is the only Pakistani batsman to reach 10,000 runs in Test cricket. He is one of the best batters Pakistan has ever produced. Younis had multiple batting failures on his way to become the face of Pakistan's powerful batting order, one of which occurred against arch-rivals India under Moin's management. Having 22 ducks in ODIs, he gets placed in third place.

4. Inzamam-Ul-Haq

Inzamam-ul-Haq, the large and heavy Pakistani great hitter, has been one of the most exciting batters to wear the Pakistani jersey. Even though he was overweight, Inzamam achieved tremendous things, a true testament to his relentless drive and passion for the game. Yet he ranks 4th in our list scoring 20 ducks in ODIs.

5. Saleem Malik

He had a complicated style, but you knew the game finished when he batted. He exuded faith and gave the impression that he could prevail in any situation. Saleem Malik's method was unusual, and it was clear that he had a score in mind (calculative) and established small, attainable goals. He comes in 5th position on this list scoring 19 ducks in his ODI career.

6. Mohammad Hafeez

In the 6th place, Mohammad Hafeez scored 19 ducks in his ODI career who was the have-it-all cricketer that Pakistan discovered in the early 2000s, with a free-flowing batter and a bowling technique that resembled that of Saqlain Mushtaq. When he rebuilt Pakistan's roster after a terrible World Cup performance in 2003, he was one of the few players given a shot.

7. Moin Khan

Moin was a solid middle-order batsman who modified his game according to the occasion. He held the innings together when Pakistan lost early wickets and scored the big smashes when he came into bat after the innings. Because of his fast feet and strong stroke play, he was more effective in ODIs than in Tests. He ranks 7th on our list with 17 ducks in ODIs.

8. Rameez Raja

On the 8th place of our list, Rameez Raja, a former Pakistan cricketer, was a vital member of the national squad from 1984 to 1997. He appeared on the scene as his country grappled with match rigging and betting charges. Despite this, Raja proved to be one of the most trustworthy, dignified, and magnificent right-handed batsmen the country has ever produced.

9. Waqar Younis

Waqar played first-class cricket for numerous Pakistani teams, but his debut appearance for English county Surrey in 1989-90 drew much attention. Imran Khan discovered him, and he made his international debut for Pakistan against India on November 15, 1989, the same day that India's ace baster Sachin Tendulkar made his debut. He ranks 9th in ODI history with 15 ducks.

10. Saeed Anwar 

Saeed Anwar was a former Pakistani cricketer who captained the Pakistan Men's National Team. In Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, he was born on September 6, 1968. With a total of 20 hundred in One Day International cricket, the left-handed batsman holds the record for most centuries scored for Pakistan ranking 10th with 15 ducks.