Abdullah Shafique: Pakistan got a more destructive batsman than Babar Azam, scored his second century in the sixth test

In the first Test against Sri Lanka, Pakistan has got a new destructive batsman just like captain Babar Azam. The team’s opener batsman Abdullah Shafiq has brought the team closer to victory by scoring a century in the fourth innings. Shafiq completed his century in 237 balls. This opener batsman of Pakistan is playing the sixth match of his career and this is his second century. Apart from this, he has shared a partnership of more than 100 runs with Babar Azam.

However, Shafiq could not show anything special in the first innings of the match. Shafiq returned to the pavilion after scoring just 13 runs in 47 balls for Pakistan in the first innings. Shafiq made his Test debut against Bangladesh last year. At the same time, Shafiq scored his first Test century against Australia in Rawalpindi.

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In this Test match against Sri Lanka, in the first innings for Pakistan, captain Babar Azam scored 119 runs in 244 balls to take the team to a respectable score.

Pakistan got the target of 342 runs

The Pakistan cricket team is on a tour of Sri Lanka for a two-Test series. This match between both the teams is being played in Galle. Sri Lankan team won the toss and decided to bat first in the match. Hosts Sri Lanka scored 222 runs in the first innings. In response, the Pakistani team was reduced to 218 runs despite captain Babar Azam’s century.

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In this way, the Sri Lankan team got a marginal lead of just 4 runs in the first innings. In the second innings, the Sri Lankan team managed to score 337 runs with Dinesh Chandimal’s 94 and Kushal Mendis’s 76 runs. In this way the Pakistani team got the target of 342 runs in the fourth innings of the game.

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