Fawad Alam retired Hurt| Pakistan banaam West Indies| Fawad Alam retired hurt after having cramps during West Indies vs Pakistan second test match| Fawad Alam retired hurt, Kingston returned to the pavilion after a stretch in the Test.
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- West Indies vs Pakistan 2nd Test Match, Day 1 – Kingston (Jamaica)
- There were ups and downs in Pakistan’s innings on the first day of the second Test.
- Fawad Alam groaned in pain in the middle of the best innings, returned to the pavilion
West Indies and Pakistan are once again facing each other in the second test match being played at Sabina Park in Kingston. After winning the first Test by 1 wicket, the West Indies team has a 1-0 lead, so all the pressure of this two-match series is now on Pakistan. On Friday, the first day of the second Test, West Indies won the toss and invited the Pakistan team to bat first. His innings fluctuated with ups and downs till the end of the day’s play for Pakistan and in the meantime he also suffered a setback in the form of Fawad Alam.
In this match, the Pakistani team lost its three wickets within two runs as soon as it started. After this Babar Azam and Fawad Alam played half-centuries and took over the team’s innings and took it out with difficulty. But this happiness did not last long. When the Pakistani fans were expecting a century and a big partnership from both the players, then Fawad Alam suddenly stumbled and fell on the pitch.
Fawad Alam was on the pitch at that time scoring 76 runs in 148 balls, but again and again he was seen holding his leg. He was in pain due to some strain. He did not pay attention for some time but in the over of Jaden Seals, he suddenly fell on the pitch after playing a shot on a ball. He was moaning in pain, the medical team came to the ground and it was decided that he would have to be taken out. He was declared retired hurt.
Whether or not Fawad Alam will return to bat on the second day of the match, no decision has been taken yet, but as soon as he was dismissed, his 158-run partnership with Babar Azam came to an end and there was a break in the partnership, and after some time Babar Azam’s rhythm too. deteriorated and he got out after scoring 75 runs. By the end of the first day’s play, the Pakistani team had scored 212 runs for the loss of 4 wickets.
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