Indian star batsman Virat Kohli holds the record of playing the biggest innings in the history of Asia Cup. After King Kohli, the names of Babar Azam, Younus Khan, Mushfiqur Rahim and Shoaib Malik come in the top-5.
Talking about the five batsmen who played the biggest individual innings in the history of Asia Cup, Indian star batsman Virat Kohli’s name comes first.
Kohli has played the highest innings of 183 runs in this prestigious tournament. The special thing is that this brilliant innings came out of Kohli’s bat against Pakistan. In the year 2012, he washed away the Pakistani bowlers who were batting well
Pakistan’s current captain Babar Azam has come second. In the first match of the current season, Babar batted strongly against Nepal. During this he managed to score 151 runs in 131 balls
Younis Khan, a former cricketer of the Pakistan cricket team, is at the third position. In the year 2004, he scored 144 runs by batting brilliantly against the Hong Kong cricket team
The player who played the fourth highest innings in the Asia Cup is Mushfiqur Rahim, the current wicket keeper batsman of the Bangladesh cricket team. Rahim played an innings of 144 runs in the match against Sri Lanka in the year 2018.
Pakistan’s veteran batsman Shoaib Malik is at the fifth position. Malik played a commendable innings of 143 runs against India in the year 2004.