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Babar Azam & Rizwan saved Pakistan in test match against Australia

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Babar Azam & Rizwan saved Pakistan in test match against Australia

Karachi: The second Test match of the three-match series between Pakistan and Australia also ended in a draw. Captain Babar Azam tried to win the match by remaining on the crease for 607 minutes in the fourth innings but was not successful, Muhammad Rizwan scored a century and they both played an impressive knock with a good partnership. Azam becomes the player of the match for his amazing performance. Pak scored 443/7 in 171.4 overs.

Babar Azam & Rizwan saved Pakistan in test match against Australia

Babar Azam & Rizwan saved the match

The match was drawn because Pakistan saved the game, Australia gave a 506 runs target to Pakistan which was impossible for Pak to chase it but Babar’s 196 runs and Rizwan’s 104 runs led Pak to draw this game. Earlier today Babar scored a triple-half-century and he was out on 196 runs.

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On the fifth day of the test Match

In pursuit of Australia’s 506-run target on the last day of the Karachi Test, Pakistan scored 440 for 7 by the end of the game. Pakistan needed 68 runs to win the Test match while the Kangaroos were unable to take three wickets. Pakistan started the innings on the fifth day at a loss of 192 runs for 2 wickets. Cummins led the way to the pavilion.

 

 Rizwan scored a century in Karachi today scoring 104 runs not out in 177 balls with a strike rate of 58.75.

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DJ Kamal Mustafa is a Music Producer, DJ, Pakistani Filmmaker, and Journalist. Has Made six Animated Films and Released 18 Music Albums for Pakistani and Bollywood Celebrities. The latest animated film on Cyber Awareness has been released by DJ Kamal Mustafa, a project for NR3C.GOV.PK (National Response Center For Cyber Crime) FIA Cyber Crime Wing. I have been featured in The News, Geo News, Dunya News, Gulf News, Global Village Space, and in many newspapers and news blogs. I am writing for Pakistan Today, Times of India, Capital TV, Daily Times, and other news outlets.

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