Karachi: The four best batters of Pakistan have batted for four centuries in the second and last final test of Sri Lanka in Karachi and then announced their second inning to lose three in 555 Pakistan has set a record in test history.
On Sunday, Captain Azhar Ali hit his 16th shot, but fell from 157 balls to 118 impressive runs to 13 impressive limits until the ticket inspector in Sri Lanka Niroshan Dickwella successfully defeated Lasith Embuldeniya.
Azam scored 100 points during lunchtime, his fourth three-digit test score, as Pakistan stood at 555-3 in this period.
At the same time, Babar Azam’s fourth triple-digit test score also scored a century. Azam beat 7 quarters and 6 and achieved 100 points with 131 goals.
Azam had violent singles in the final round for lunch to complete his 100% in 164 minutes and finished third in the last four tests. So far he has reached seven limits and six limits.
This is the second time the test agency is in the top four after Saturday’s opener Abide Ali (174) and Shan Masood (135). India was the only game against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2007.
Yesterday, Pakistan’s opener Abid Ali and Shan Masood beat hundreds of people and forged a 278-inch stall to Sri Lanka.
Pakistan scored only a negligible 191 in the first game, after the batting display at Karachi National Stadium had improved significantly, Pakistan finished the third day of the game at 395-2 and gained a lead of 315.
Abid debuted in the Rabalpindi lottery test and his career best score was 174, including 21 limits and 6 limits.
Shan’s 135 is also his highest test score, his scores are six thirds and seven points.
Abid and Shan threw the Sri Lankans smoothly in the morning game on a field that had little help for pitchers, when they scored more than four and a half points per game.
Abid took two people from Lasith Embuldeniya, a spinner for the left arm, to breathe new life into his century, and Shan soon completed his 100-year-old.
The last Pakistan Open was crushed for centuries in the same inning, in 2001 Saeed Anwar and Taufeeq Umar tested in the Multan of Sudan Hundreds of them won.
When Shan tried to take a shot, Lahiru Kumara finally separated the two and the top player found Oshada Fernando on the deep leg.
Pakistan’s highest innings represented all entry gates.
Abid looked good for the past two centuries, but he died of being underweight and tried to get rid of Kumara.
This is a series of two games of the World Test Championship, making it the first time that Pakistan tested locally since an armed attack on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore in 2009.