After Azhar, New Zealand faced a tough fight, Shafiq Hits Hundreds

After Azhar, New Zealand faced a tough fight, Shafiq Hits Hundreds

After Azhar, New Zealand faced a tough fight, Shafiq Hits Hundreds
After Azhar, New Zealand faced a tough fight, Shafiq Hits Hundreds

ABU DHABI: Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq beat Sri Lanka that Pakistan failed to lead their first innings, despite leaving Pakistan in the third and final Test order against Abu Dhabi.

Azhar scored 134 runs for his 15 test scores while Shafiq made 104 runs, but New Zealand's spinner Walid Sohail made 348 for the first wicket.

Pakistan started forming a big lead before defeat 286-3, followed by their only seven wickets, with only 62 runs.

34-year-old Somomero ended with 4-75 while left-handed spinner permitted Patel 2-100 and speed spare tent bolt 2-66.

He led Pakistan to 74 runs. Similarly, before he lost four runs, he took part in the first test in the same test.

After New Zealand bowled down 26-2, Kennedy Williamson scored 14 runs, leaving Amine Soomro from 48 runs on one out.

Peminason Shahin Shahid Afridi hanged Jewel Raw in the final, while Lone spinner Yasir Shah got rid of Tom Latham in ten Test matches.

In his 33rd test, Yasir needed only one wicket to be the fastest in the 33rd test, which is currently recorded by the Australian Leone Spinner Claire Grimat, who was at the 36-test match 82 years ago. reached.

Azhar and Shafiq made 201 for the fourth wicket, but once he dismissed Sarfraz Ahmed (25) and Babar Azam (14) resisted some.

Azhar pointed out his first hundred against the West Indies in Dominica from mid-January 2017 and slides his first hundred against New Zealand through Slides for his first century.

He already took 210 balls to reach the point of three points before he left Somerville before tea.

Shafiq has already dropped his 12th Test Tane with high-speed single smell already in the straight delivery before falling from the leg before the leg.

After Israel, Azam and Hassan Ali (N) put hands on balls and Sarfraz caught on the wicket.

First, Azhar and Shafiq dismissed the discovery of opening wickets for New Zealand because he took Pakistan on 224-3 lunch.

New Zealand captain Williamson took another new ball in 81 overs with which Pakistan kept it comfortable with 213-3, but Boler tried to get more than a flat pitch in Sheikh Zed Stadium

After Azhar, New Zealand faced a tough fight, Shafiq Hits Hundreds

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