Pakistan vs Australia 1st Test day 2 | Haris Sohail’s Maiden Test Century

By | October 8, 2018

Pakistan vs Australia 1st Test day 2 | Haris Sohail Hits Test Century

Test match is being played between Pakistan and Australia at this time. In this Test match, Pakistan had scored 255 runs at the loss of 3 wickets on the first day. That same day Pakistan’s team has been dismissed with 482 runs. Apart from Mohammad Hafeez for Pakistan in this match, Haris Sohail has scored a fantastic hundred.

After losing the Asia Cup, Pakistan has once again returned to the cricket track and now The Pakistan team batted out with 482 runs in 164.2 overs. Imam ul Haq scored 76 runs by Mohammad Hafeez, 126 runs, Haris Sohail scored 110 runs, and Asad Shafiq scored 80 runs in the best innings of the Pakistan Cricket team. By the end of the innings, the Pakistan team scored many records, finished the innings of 480 runs in Tests against Australia, the Pakistan team recorded many records made by all the records.

In this match, Pakistan opener Mohammed Hafeez and Imam ul Haq jointly made a record partnership of 205 runs for the first wicket. And they broke the record of a partnership of 168 runs of Shikhar Dhawan and Murali Vijay, which were made against Afghanistan in 2018.

In 2018, Haris Sohail and Asad Shafiq have made the fifth largest partnership of the fifth wicket. In the year 2018, the biggest partnership of 5 wickets between Shane Marsh and Mitchell Marsh is between these two batsmen who scored 169 for the fifth wicket. India Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant had shared 135-run partnership for the fifth wicket against the West Indies in 2018 Test cricket. Harris Sohail and Asad Shafiq shared a 146-run partnership with Rishabh Pant and Virat Kohli’s 133 runs partnership.

In this match, Pakistan’s batsman Harry Wellness has scored a magnificent century, Harris Sohail has scored 110 runs in 240 balls. Haris Sohail’s first Test century.

Mitchell Starc has achieved just one wicket in this match. Stark took the wicket of 11th batsman Yasir Shah in this match. And with this, he made history, because he has become the first such bowler in the world who has taken the wicket of 11 number of batsmen in seven consecutive innings.

Earlier, the record was named after West Indies’ trouble bowler Ambrose. Who consistently took the wicket of the 11th batsman in 6 innings of the Test match.

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