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Babar Azam Hails Fakhar Zaman’s century

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Babar Azam Hails Fakhar Zaman’s century. it was a narrow escape for the Pakistan against hosts Netherlands on the Tuesday in the ODI opener. the Pakistan edged Netherlands by 16 runs to take the lead in the ODI series. Pakistan’s team captain Babar Azam and opener Fakhar Zaman were the stars of the Pakistan in the game.

they stitched 168-run stand to lay the Launchpad. following the win. The Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat in warm and humid conditions on a day where big scores were expected on a sluggish pitch at the VOC Cricket Club outside the Dutch harbour city.

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Zaman carved out a run-a-ball 109 while captain Babar Azam hit 74 before being caught after the mistiming a delivery from Dutch Paceman Logan Van Beek.

Fakahr and Babar Azam eventually let loose and put on a partnership of 168 off 170 before Babar Azam was caught in a soft dismissal when he mistimed a shot info the waiting hands of Tom Cooper at mid-off.

It is partinent to mention here that Pakistan are without the service of world number three ODI bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi, who is not available for the first two games due to a knee injury.

Babar Azam Hails Fakhar Zaman’s century

Babar Azam Hails Fakhar Zaman’s century. it was a narrow escape for the Pakistan against hosts Netherlands on the Tuesday in the ODI opener. the Pakistan edged Netherlands by 16 runs to take the lead in the ODI series. Pakistan’s team captain Babar Azam and opener Fakhar Zaman were the stars of the Pakistan in the game.

This is Babar led pakistan ODI squad’s first-ever bilateral series against the Netherlands. Two further matches will take place on August 18 and 21.

The Pakistan’s team captain Babar Azam hails Fakhar Zaman’s brilliant century against the Netherlands with the most impressive batting and strokes

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