West Indies ke khilaaf Babar Azam| West Indies vs Pakistan 2nd Test| Pakistan captain Babar Azam plays another milestone test innings against West Indies in second test match| Babar Azam partnership with Fawad Alam| West Indies ke khilaaf Babar Azam|

West Indies ke khilaaf Babar Azam| West Indies vs Pakistan 2nd Test| Pakistan captain Babar Azam plays another milestone test innings against West Indies in second test match| Babar Azam partnership with Fawad Alam| West Indies ke khilaaf Babar Azam|

Babar Azam

Babar Azam&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP

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  • West Indies could not capitalize on a good start on the first day of the second Test against Pakistan
  • West Indies dropped Pakistan’s early wickets early, but Babar Azam stayed on the pitch
  • Pakistani captain once again showed the power of his bat, played a brilliant innings

The first day of the first Test match between West Indies and Pakistan in Kingston was mixed for both the teams. In the match, West Indies won the toss and decided to field first. The Pakistani team came out to bat but they lost their first three wickets within just 2 runs. At such times, they needed a restrained innings and a big partnership. Captain Babar Azam (Babar Azam) Once again came forward and teamed up with Fawad Alam to get the team out of trouble.

The Pakistani team had lost the wickets of Abid Ali (1 run), Imran Butt (1 run) and Azhar Ali (0) on the score of 2 runs. Captain Babar Azam landed at number four and he extended his innings with Fawad Alam. Babar played a very restrained innings so that his team could come out of this difficulty. Babar completed his 18th Test fifty in 96 balls

Even after this, he did not stop and slowly continued to advance his innings. Soon he also completed a partnership of 150 runs with Fawad Alam. But shortly after, Fawad Alam, who was playing after scoring 76 runs, got injured. Fawad retired hurt and went out of the field and Pakistan’s rhythm seemed to be breaking. In no time Babar Azam fell victim to a brilliant catch by Jason Holder off a fine delivery from Kemar Roach after a brilliant innings. Babar scored 75 runs in 174 balls which included 13 fours.

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leave your teammates behind

Along with this Babar Azam also made a record. This record is related to Pakistan cricket. He is now ranked 13th among the highest run-getters for Pakistan in international cricket (all formats), a feat he has done in just 35 Tests, 83 ODIs and 61 T20Is. In this episode, he left behind his fellow player Azhar Ali on Friday. Azhar Ali has scored 8464 runs in international career while Babar Azam now has 8518 international runs.

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Earlier, Babar Azam had scored 30 and 55 runs in the first test match played against West Indies. So far in Test cricket, he has scored 2329 runs at an average of 43.12. While 3985 runs in 83 matches of ODI cricket and 2204 runs in 61 T20 Internationals have been scored. Till now he has scored 20 international centuries.


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