Pak vs Eng: English batsman showed stars to Pakistani bowler, sent 6 balls of 6 across the boundary


England rained heavily on the first day of the Rawalpindi Test
4 batsmen scoring 506 runs for 4 wickets
Harry Brook hit 6 consecutive fours in Shakeel’s over

New Delhi. Pakistan cricket team has come to play a test match against England at home after a long time. England batsmen made the memorable match a forgettable match for the Pak team. Hardly any team had beaten the bowlers of the host team like this on the very first day of the match. In one day English batsmen scored more than 500 runs and 4 batsmen scored a century. In the midst of all this, Harry Brook made Saud Shakeel look like a star during the day.

The first match of the 3-Test series between Pakistan and England started on Thursday, December 1 in Rawalpindi. On the very first day of the match, the English batsmen attacked the Pakistani bowlers and scored 506 runs for 4 wickets by the end of the first day’s play. 4 of the top 5 batsmen played century innings. Along with playing a century, Brook did such a feat that the Pakistan team would remember forever. This batsman scored 6 boundaries on 6 consecutive balls of Shakeel.

Harry hit Shakeel for 6 fours in 6 balls.

Captain Babar Azam gave the responsibility of doing the 68th over of England’s innings to Saud Shakeel in place of Agha Salman. Harry did something in this over that will always be remembered in cricket history. This English batsman hit 6 fours in 6 consecutive balls in the over. Brook, who was batting after scoring 60 runs off 58 balls before the start of the over, reached 84 off 64 balls after the end of the over.

Shakeel’s bet backfired

Pakistan captain Babar Azam, seeing the bowlers getting beaten up, had made a bet of getting Shakeel to bowl but it backfired. He got a total of 30 runs in the bowling of 2 overs. Out of this, 24 runs were also scored by Brook in 1 over by scoring 6 fours.

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