‘High jump’ of Saud Shakeel of Pakistan, giving collision to Gavaskar and Bradman in terms of runs


New Delhi. Saud Shakeel has emerged as a new sensation for Pakistan in Test cricket. Left-handed batsman Shakeel has raised hopes of becoming a future player of Pakistan by playing long innings continuously in his 6-Test career. In the first innings of the Galle Test against Sri Lanka, 27-year-old Shakeel scored a double century (208 not out). Due to his tremendous innings, Pakistan was able to take a huge lead of 149 runs by scoring a huge score of 461 runs in the first innings and ultimately this lead became the basis of the team’s victory in the Test.

In his short career of six Tests, Saud Shakeel has so far scored 818 runs at an impressive average of 90.88, including two centuries and five half-centuries. This is the highest score by any batsman from Pakistan after six Tests.

Sunny and Bradman had more runs than Saud after six tests

Talking about the score after six tests, only Sunil Gavaskar of India and ‘Sir’ Don Bradman of Australia have scored more runs than him. While Gavaskar scored 912 runs at an astonishing average of 101.33 after six Tests, Bradman scored 862 runs at an average of 78.36. Though Shakeel may be behind Bradman in terms of runs after six Tests, he is ahead of the greatest batsman in world cricket in average. After six Tests, Bradman’s run average was 78.36 while Shakeel’s was 90.88. By the way, Bradman’s overall batting average is 99.94 after 52 Test matches.

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Babar Azam also praised
Pakistan team captain Babar Azam is also very impressed with Saud Shakeel. Regarding this batsman who was the man of the match in the Galle Test, he said, ‘He has improved tremendously in his game. After the New Zealand series, Shakeel worked a lot on his batting. Attended two camps in Lahore and Karachi and worked on some shots.

Shakeel’s last 6 test scores
First Test: 37 and 76 runs
Second test: 63 and 94 runs
Third Test: 23 and 53 runs
Fourth Test: 22 and 55*
Fifth Test: 125* and 32
Sixth Test: 208* and 30

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