Former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt has been in fine form in domestic cricket, churning up tons of runs consistently. Even at the age of 34, Butt has been striking it sublimely, not losing his perfect balance and calm composure on the batting crease.
Although a comeback to the national side still seems a far-fetched idea for the former convict of the spot-fixing scandal, this has not hampered Butt’s insatiable appetite for scoring centuries. He increased his List A tally of hundreds to 24, going past Khurram Manzoor in the game between Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Butt’s latest sizzling knock of 133 places him just below Pakistan legend Saeed Anwar, who secured 26 hundreds throughout his List A career. With plenty of batting left in him and no intentions of retiring soon, Butt could well be on his way to become the most prolific Pakistan batsman in terms of List A hundreds.