Johannesburg Test: Pakistan's first innings 185 runs

Johannesburg Test: Pakistan's first innings 185 runs

Johannesburg Test Pakistan's first innings 185 runs
Johannesburg Test: Pakistan's first innings 185 runs

The national team once again got disappointing performance, the entire national team scored 185 runs in the first innings, 6 batsmen could not go to double-format, South Africa got 77 runs.

The third and second test of the series, the national team, started their first incomplete innings by 17 runs out of 17, Knight mind Man Mohammad Abbas finished eleven. Asad Shafiq also went on to bat on the trumpet, an experienced Batsman account could not even open.

The fifth out of the batsmen was Al-Haq, who scored three-wicket runs, with three wickets in the 169-run, while fitness maker Captain Sarfraz also got out for 50 runs. Apart from this, Babar Azam scored an inch in the field. All-rounder Fahim Ashraf zeroed out while Mohammad Amir could barely score 10 runs. Shadab Khan became a victim of five runs.

The whole team stirred on 185 runs, six batsmen could not go to double format. The host proteins have got 77 runs, Olivier 5, Flender 3, and the winner managed to take out two players.

Earlier, South Africa succeeded in making 262 runs in the first innings of Eden Markram 90, Hashim Ammal 41, Brunei 49 and Zubair Hamza 41 runs. Fahim Ashraf 3, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Abbas, and Mohammad Amir scored 2,2 wickets from the national team

It is clear that in the initial Test matches, the national team had to face defeat and South Africa has got a decent edge of 2-2 in three Test matches.

Johannesburg Test: Pakistan's first innings 185 runs

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