We have seen many batters play exceptionally well by reading the pitch conditions of some grounds; this is because they respect the pitch conditions. If a wicket is turning or slow, a batsman must play with a late bat and soft hands. The batters were able to score many runs on a single ground as conditions were conducive to it. Here is the list of the top ten Pakistani batsmen with the most runs scored on a single ground.

1. Inzamam-Ul-Haq

The Pakistan cricketer Inzamam-ul-Haq made his ODI International debut against West Indies in November 1991. In his whole career, he played 120 Test matches and 378 ODIs from 1991 till 2007. With a batting average of 48, Inzamam scored 2,564 runs at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. He remains first in this list with four centuries and seventeen half-centuries.

2. Saeed Anwar

One of the greatest opening batsmen of Pakistan and the former cricketer Saeed Anwar made his international cricket debut in 1989. He has been recorded for the most centuries (20 centuries) scored by Pakistani Cricketer in ODIs. Besides that, Anwar is the record holder of the highest individual score (194 runs) for Pakistan in ODIs. With 2,179 runs at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, he is at the second position in this list.

3. Mohammad Yousuf

The Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Yousuf, was the first-ever member of the Pakistani Cricket squad to score a century in his 100th ODI. He is a former Right-handed batsman who was debuted in International Cricket in 1998. He is one of the six Pakistani cricketers to score a century in each innings of test cricket matches. Also, against all test-playing countries in the world, he scored a century. At Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium, he scored 2,071 runs and entered the third position in this list.

4. Javed Miandad 

Javed Miandad is the former cricketer of Pakistan popularly known for his unconventional style for captaincy and batting. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm leg-spinner, debuted in June 1975 against West Indies ODI match. He is a record holder for ODI's most consecutive half-centuries (9). At Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium, he produced four centuries and seven half-centuries with 1,726 runs at an average of 54 in his whole cricket career. With this record, he holds the fourth position on this list.

5. Misbah-Ul-Haq

The Pakistani Cricket team ODIs and tests former captain, Misbah-ul-Haq made his international cricket debut in March 2001 against New Zealand. At the Sheikh Zayed Stadium of Abu Dhabi, he produced five centuries and eleven half-centuries and scoured scored 1,715 runs with a batting average of 71. This made him placed in the fifth position on this list.

6. Saleem Malik

The former Pakistani International Cricket team captain, Saleem Malik made his international cricket debut in 1981. He is a right-handed wristy middle-order batsman with leg-break bowling. At the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, he played 60 matches and produced three centuries and eleven half-centuries, scoring 1,714 runs with a batting average of 41. He played his last international cricket match in 1999 and holds the sixth position on this list.

7. Zaheer Abbas

The former Pakistani cricketer, Zaheer Abbas made his international cricket debut in October 1969 against New Zealand. At Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Abbas scored 1557 runs at an average of 97. In his international cricket career, in total, he played 78 tests and 62 ODIs and scored nineteen international centuries. Also, in 16 matches he produced seven centuries and three half-centuries, which made him placed in the eighth position in this list.

8. Younis Khan 

Younis Khan is considered one of the best middle-order batsmen in international cricket history. He is a right-handed middle-order batsman who debuted in the year 2000. Younis played in all cricket formats for Pakistan besides that he is the only test batsman to score a century in every match he played against a host nation. In 2017, he played his final international match. At the National Stadium of Karachi, he scored 1545 runs, which places him in the ninth position on the list

9. Shahid Afridi

One of the former captains of the Pakistan International cricket team, Shahid Afridi is well known for his aggressive and impressive batting. He is an all-rounder with right-handed batting and right-arm leg-spin who started his international cricket career in the year 1996. At the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, he scored a century and ten half-centuries in 54 matches with an average of 24.7. He is also the record holder for hitting the most sixes in the history of ODI cricket, which made him placed at the ninth position on this list.

10. Ramiz Raja

The former Pakistani cricketer Ramiz Hasan Raja is popularly known as Ramiz Raja, made his international test debut on 2nd March 1984 against England. He is a well-known right-handed batsman and a leg-break bowler. In total, he played 198 ODI matches and scored 9 centuries with an average of 32.09. He is the record holder for the most runs in a single ground (1203) and debut match (75). He took his retirement after playing his last test match against India on 21st September 1997.