Younis Khan has become the first player in history of test cricket to score centuries in 11 countries.

The veteran batsman smashed his 34th century at Sydney cricket ground against Australia, tying him with Sunil Gavaskar, Mahela Jayawardene and Brian Lara in the all-time list at 6th place.

His sixth double century at the oval last year is also a record that he now shares with Javed Miandad.

The ratio of Younis’ centuries to fifties is 1.06, he has converted 11 of his last 15 fifties into hundreds.

At 39, Younis is inching closer to a milestone 10,000 runs and has currently racked up 9,789 runs in 114 matches.

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