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Pakistan ke khilaaf Kraigg Brathwaite| PAK vs WI 1st Test| Kraigg Brathwaite scores 97 runs off 221 balls batting for 361 minutes against Pakistan in Kingston test| West Indies test captain Kraigg Brathwaite| WI vs PAK Latest Cricket Score|

Kraigg Brathwaite against Pakistan in first test, Kingston

Craig Brathwaite in the first test against Pakistan&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspTwitter

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  • Caribbean captain made the match between Pakistan and West Indies exciting
  • West Indies captain Craig Brathwaite took over his team on the second day of the first Test
  • Missed a century, but won everyone’s heart by playing a historic restrained innings

There are many such players in the cricket world who do not get the glare and headlines that they deserve. Current West Indies Test Captain Craig Brathwaite (Kraigg Brathwaite) He is also one of them. On the second day of the first Test match between Pakistan and West Indies being played at Sabina Park in Kingston, this player once again showed his mettle. Unfortunately, he missed close to his 10th Test century but it was his innings that spoiled the intentions of the Pakistani team.

The Pakistani team was reduced to 217 runs in their first innings on the first day, but by the end of the first day’s play, they had given West Indies 2 blows for 2 runs. Pakistan must have thought that the pitch was perfect for their bowlers and on the second day they would easily pile up the West Indies but it did not happen because at the end of the second day the West Indies score was – 251/8..i.e. not only West Indies did the whole day He batted, but he also took a lead of 34 runs with two wickets still left.

The credit for this turnaround in the innings goes to the 28-year-old West Indies captain Craig Brathwaite, who took his team out of trouble after playing a very struggling innings. Craig Brathwaite batted for 361 minutes and scored 97 runs in 221 balls which included 12 fours. His hard work worked for the team but it was unfortunate that he missed out on his tenth Test century. He was looking to take the second run but made a mistake and Hasan Ali hit a straight throw on the wicket. Despite diving, he could not reach inside the crease.

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Craig Brathwaite missed out on a century but his innings will be remembered for a long time. He shared a 109-ball 50 for the third wicket with Roston Chase (21) during his innings, 49 runs in 103 balls for the fourth wicket with Jermaine Blackwood (22), Jason Holder (58) He put on a 190-ball 96 for the sixth wicket with 96 runs in 190 balls and shared a 49-ball 24 with Joshua da Silva (20 not out) for the seventh wicket before being dismissed. It was his innings that did not give the Pakistani bowlers looking in rhythm an opportunity to put their team in a strong position.


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