Pakistan fighting babar’s century


Hosts Pakistan are struggling with Babar Azam’s century against Australia in the Karachi Test. Chasing a victory target of 506 runs, Pakistan were 192 for 2 at the end of the fourth day on Tuesday. Pakistan need 314 runs to win on the fifth and final day on Wednesday. Eight wickets in hand.

Declared at 556 for 9 in the first innings. In reply, Pakistan did not have the advantage in the first innings. All out for just 148 runs. Australia declared their innings after being 97 for 2 in the second innings after coming out to bat again without allowing Pakistan to follow on.

Pakistan’s victory target was 506 runs. To reach this target, Pakistan will have to set a world record. Because no team has the record of winning so many runs in Test cricket. Pakistan is on that difficult road.

At the end of the third day, Australia were 81 for 1 in the second innings. Australia declared their innings after adding 16 runs on the fourth day of the match on Tuesday. Pakistan’s victory target was 506 runs.

To this end, Pakistan lost early wickets. Nathan Lyon smashes Imam-ul-Haq lb for 2 runs. Imam returned to the dressing room after scoring 1 run off 18 balls.

Azhar Ali departs for 21 runs. He was lbw for a personal six off Green. He couldn’t even cling to the crease. He played 54 balls.

After that, captain Babar Azam and opener Abdulla Shafiq took over the team. Not only that, Babar also got the sixth century of his Test career. It was this pair who finally passed the day. Babar Azam is unbeaten on 102 off 198 balls. His innings had 12 fours. Shafiq, on the other hand, remained unbeaten on 71 off 226 balls. Four fours as well as three sixes.

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