Zimbabwe fall sufferer, hosts pile on 132 in first innings, Pakistan keep lead

Harare: On the third day of the second Check match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe, the host crew suffered a follow-on. Within the first innings, the gamers may solely rating 132 runs.

In keeping with the main points, within the Harare Check, the Zimbabwean crew piled up solely 132 runs in reply to 510 runs. Hassan Ali took 5 wickets within the third consecutive Check match. Sajid Khan took two wickets whereas Shaheen Afridi and Tabish Khan took one wicket every. On the finish of the second day’s play, Zimbabwe had scored 52 runs for the lack of 4 wickets.

Later right now, the third day of the sport began and the host crew managed to attain solely 132 runs within the first innings.

It might be recalled that Kevin Cusoza scored 4 runs and have become the goal of Hassan Ali. Masakanda went on with out scoring a run. Captain Brendan Taylor scored 9 runs and caught Rizwan off Shaheen Afridi’s ball.

Sajid Khan led Milton Shamba to the pavilion for two runs. For Pakistan, Tabish Khan, Hassan Ali, Shaheen Afridi and Sajid Khan took one wicket every.

Earlier, Pakistan scored 510 runs for the lack of 8 wickets of their first innings and declared the innings.

Opening batsman Abid Ali continued his glorious batting on the second day of the sport by scoring a double century off 393 balls during which he hit 27 fours. He remained unbeaten on 215 whereas Noman Ali scored his first half century and sadly couldn’t rating a century with simply 3 runs brief. He was dismissed for 97 runs.

Opener Abid Ali scored his first double century of his profession, turning into the second Pakistani batsman to attain a double century in Harare. Former captain and present batting coach Younis Khan had earlier scored a double century in 2013.

It must be famous that the nationwide crew has a 1-0 lead within the two-Check collection. Pakistan had defeated Zimbabwe by 116 runs in an innings within the first Check.

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