Today’s Latest News Pakistan lost record-chasing
Pakistan arrived at 95-2 Current Affairs at lunch on the second day of the primary Test in answer to Bangladesh’s first innings aggregate of 233 at the Rawalpindi arena on Saturday.
Left-gave opener Shan Masood was unbeaten on 59 and with him, Babar Azam was at this point to open Latest News his record after Pakistan lost record-chasing Abid Ali for a duck in the second finished. Pakistan needs another 138 hurries to redesign Bangladesh’s aggregate and press home for triumph.
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At the point when Pakistan began their innings in the first part of the day all emphasis was on Abid Current Affairs who had scored two hundred in his initial two Tests against Sri Lanka in December a year ago.
Another hundred would have equaled Indian player Mohammad Azharuddin’s unique record of three successive centuries in his first three Tests, Latest News but Abid fell way short when he was dismissed without scoring. He edged a short and wide delivery from Bangladeshi paceman Abu Jayed into the hands of wicketkeeper Liton Das and trudged off to the pavilion heartbroken.
Skipper Current Affairs Azhar Ali added 91 runs for the second wicket with Masood and looked set for a big score until he miscued a drive off Jayed and was caught by Najmul Hossain Shanto in the slip.
Azhar’s attractive 34 included four boundaries.
Masood looked in prime touch bringing up his seventh Test half-century and has so far struck nine boundaries.@BulletinHub