Babar Azam scored yet another century of his career against England at the Trent Bridge in 4th ODI. Babar scored 115 off 112 balls including 13 exquisite boundaries and a six. But his innings did not receive a lot of praise as it was on a slower side.
Trent Bridge, courtesy its short boundaries and placid track, is known for the high scoring games. Babar's century at this very ground was the slowest among the last 7 centuries and 2nd slowest among the last 21 centuries scored in ODIs here since the ICC World Cup 2015.
These stats infer that Babar's knock was not well paced and not up to the requirements of the modern-day cricket. Pakistan lost the match to England by 3 wickets in the 4th ODI and lost the ODI series 3-0 with one game more to play.