PAK vs WI: Inzamam’s nephew was amazing, scored 50+ runs in the sixth consecutive ODI, Babar stood by scoring a half-century


Multan. Imam ul Haq continues to perform brilliantly in ODIs. In the second ODI against West Indies (PAK vs WI), he was dismissed for 72 runs. He has scored more than 50 runs in the sixth consecutive ODI. Imam, the nephew of former Pakistan legend Inzamam-ul-Haq, has also scored 2 centuries during this period. Captain Babar Azam is currently playing 50 runs off 67 balls. In the last match, he had won the team by scoring a century. Babar will be eyeing a record fourth consecutive ODI century. Till the time of writing the news in the match, Pakistan has scored 145 runs for 2 wickets in 28 overs while playing first. Pakistan’s team is ahead 1-0 in the three-match series.

Imam completed his fifty off 52 balls. Hit 4 fours. However, winning the toss and playing first, Pakistan’s start was not good. Fakhar Zaman was dismissed after scoring 17 runs off 28 balls. Philip sent him to the pavilion. Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam took over the team after the first wicket fell for 25 runs. Both added 120 runs for the second wicket. Imam got out after scoring 72 runs off 72 balls. He was dismissed for taking quick runs.

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26-year-old left-handed batsman Imam-ul-Haq scored 56 against England in Birmingham. After this, he scored 103, 104 and 89 not out in the series against Australia at home. Then in the first ODI against West Indies also played an innings of 65 runs. Now scored 72 runs. Earlier, he has scored 2386 runs in 50 ODIs at an average of 54. Has scored 9 centuries and 12 half-centuries.

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Babar Azam, on the other hand, has also scored more than 50 runs in the sixth consecutive ODI. During this he has also scored 4 centuries. Earlier he had scored 158, 57, 114, 105 * and 103 runs. If he scores a century today, he will equal Kumar Sangakkara’s 4 consecutive ODI hundreds. Before this match, the 27-year-old Babar has scored 17 centuries and 18 half-centuries in 87 ODIs.

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