new Delhi. Babar Azam saved the team from defeat by playing a marathon innings in the Karachi Test against Australia (PAK vs AUS Karachi Test). Babar missed out on his maiden double century by 4 runs. But after batting a record 607 minutes, the team returned to the pavilion only after removing the threat of defeat. He was dismissed by Nathan Lyon for 196 runs. This score of Babar is the highest score made by any captain in the fourth innings. For this, legendary cricketers from all over the world are praising Babar. Now former Pakistan captain and Prime Minister of the country Imran Khan also praised Babar.
Imran Khan He tweeted, “Congratulations to Babar Azam for having a great fightback against Australia and playing a great captaincy innings and best wishes to the rest of the team as they made their comeback in the match.” Especially Mohammad Rizwan and Abdullah Shafiq. However, Imran himself could not see this marathon innings of Babar. He mentioned this in his tweet and blamed the opposition parties for it.
Imran targets opposition parties
The Prime Minister of Pakistan wrote, ‘Unfortunately I could not watch this match. Because I am fighting against match-fixing on another front where huge amount of money is being used to woo my players!’
Actually, Imran Khan’s government is facing a no-confidence motion. Now his allies are also going side by side. Regarding this, Imran had recently said that the opposition leaders were under the illusion that people had forgotten their corruption. But they are wrong. He claimed that the entire country is ready to support the corrupt opposition parties instead of supporting them.
Babar Azam scored 196 runs
Chasing Australia’s mammoth target of 506 runs in the Karachi Test, Pakistan did not have a good start. The team’s two wickets fell on the score of 21 runs. But Babar Azam and Abdulli Shafiq added 228 runs for the third wicket to save the team from defeat. Both of them batted for three sessions. Shafiq got out after scoring 96 runs. But Babar stood at one end and returned to the pavilion after playing an innings of 196 runs. He also shared a 115-run partnership with Mohammad Rizwan for the fifth wicket. Rizwan returned unbeaten on 104.