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    Pak vs NZ Test Match | Babar Azam, who was dismissed for 161 runs on the second day of the Karachi Test against New Zealand, has a ‘such’ record in his name, two Pakistani batsmen are already in this list, know the interesting case


    Dec 27, 2022

    – Vinay Kumar

    In the first match of the New Zealand vs Pakistan Test series being played in Karachi, Pakistan’s team was all out for 438 runs on the second day of the match. On the first day of the match, Pakistan’s batsman scored 161 runs in 277 balls with the help of 15 fours and 1 six. Captain Babar Azam (Babar Azam Captain Pakistan Cricket Team) was expected to score a double century in the second day’s match. But, he was caught by the wicketkeeper in an attempt to play the ball coming at a high pace from New Zealand’s deadly bowler Tim Southee and went out on the score of 161 on the first day itself.

    In the second day’s match, he faced 3 balls, but could not even score a run and had to see the way to the pavilion. In this way, as soon as he got out, a record was registered in his name.

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    Pakistan captain Babar Azam became the third Pakistani batsman in the history of Test cricket to score 150 or more runs on one day of the match and was dismissed the next day without scoring a run. Records show that in the India vs Pakistan Test match in 1984 (India vs Pakistan Test Match 1984 Zaheer Abbas), former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas (Zaheer Abbas) after scoring 168 runs, was run out the next day without adding any runs.

    After him, Inzamam-ul-Haq also played against India in the year 2005 in a test match (IND vs PAK Test Match, 2005 Inzmam Ul Haq) after scoring 184 runs on the first day of his batting, the same score the next day. But were out.

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