In cricket, a batsman has to face the bowlers by respecting the pitch conditions. If it's a turning or slow wicket, the batsman has to play with a late bat and soft hands. We have seen many batters playing exceptionally well by reading the pitch conditions of some grounds. The batters found the conditions suitable and scored many runs on a single ground. Here are the top ten Pakistani batsmen with the most runs scored on a single ground.
10. Younis Khan
Younis Khan is a former right-handed middle-order batsman and considered one of the best middle-order batsmen in the history of test cricket. He is the only test batsman to score a century against all 11 test matches hosting countries. Younis played in all formats of cricket for Pakistan from 2000 to 2017. He scored 1545 runs at the National Stadium of Karachi and is in the tenth position on the list.
9. Zaheer Abbas
Zaheer Abbas is a former right-handed batsman who made his test debut in October 1969 against New Zealand. He played in 78 tests and 62 ODIs; scored 19 international centuries. Abbas scored 1552 runs at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore with a batting average of 97. In 16 matches, he scored seven centuries and three half-centuries, which brought him into the ninth position on the list.
8. Javed Miandad
Javed Miandad is a former right-handed batsman and captain of Pakistan who played international cricket from 1975 to 1996. He played a vital role for Pakistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup 1992. At the National Stadium in Karachi, Miandad scored 1613 runs with an average of 52. He scored three centuries and nine half-centuries with the best score of 211 there. Miandad makes it into the eighth position on the list.
Inzamam-ul-Haq is a former right-handed batsman and the only Pakistani batsman to score 20,000+ runs in international cricket. Between 2003 and 2007, he was the skipper of the Pakistan National Cricket Team. Inzamam scored 1,652 runs at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, which brings him into the seventh position on the list. He scored three centuries and eight half-centuries there with a batting average of 55.
6. Saleem Malik
Saleem Malik is a former right-handed batsman and captain of Pakistan who played international cricket from 1981 to 1999. He played 60 matches at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium and scored 1,714 runs. Malik batted with an average of 41 and scored 3 centuries and 11 half-centuries. He is the sixth on the list.
Misbah-ul-Haq is a former right-handed batsman and captain of the Pakistan Cricket Team in tests and ODIs. He made his international test debut in March 2001 against New Zealand. Misbah is in the fifth position on the list; he scored 1,715 runs at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. With a batting average of 71, Misbah scored five centuries and 11 half-centuries there.
4. Javed Miandad
Javed Miandad made his ODI debut in June 1975 against West Indies; he played 21 years of international cricket for Pakistan. He holds the record for the most consecutive half-centuries in ODI cricket (9). At the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Miandad scored 1,726 runs at an average of 54. He produced four centuries and seven half-centuries on the ground. It brings him into the fourth position on the list.
3. Mohammad Yousuf
Mohammad Yousuf is a former right-handed batsman who played international cricket for Pakistan from 1998 to 2010. He was the first Pakistani batsman to score a century in his 100th ODI. Yousuf scored a century against all Test-playing countries in the world. He was one of the few 6 Pakistani batsmen to score a century in each innings of a test match. Yousuf scored 2071 runs at the Gaddafi Stadium of Lahore and made it into the third position on the list.
2. Saeed Anwar
Saeed Anwar is a former left-handed opening batsman; he is one of the greatest opening batsmen of Pakistan. He has the record for most centuries made by a Pakistani batsman in ODIs (20). Anwar is the record holder for the second-highest individual score for Pakistan in ODIs (194); he is in the second position on the list with 2,179 runs scored at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.
Inzamam-ul-Haq made his international debut in November 1991 in an ODI match against West Indies. He played in 120 tests and 378 ODIs from 1991 to 2007. At the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Inzamam scored 2,564 runs with a batting average of 48. He scored four centuries and 17 half-centuries, which brings him into the first position on the list.