Psllivecricket t20 world cup 2022 PAK vs ENG: Watch – Babar Azam Livid At His Teammate Agha … – Cricket Addictor

PAK vs ENG: Watch – Babar Azam Livid At His Teammate Agha … – Cricket Addictor

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Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan, was furious after Agha Salman, a crucial aspect in running him out during the third Test match against England in Karachi.
In his 100th international game, the captain had scored the 25th Test half-century, but this run-out prevented him from reaching his century.
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Agah tucked Rehan Ahmed through mid-wicket on the final delivery of the 59th over and went for a run. At this time, Babar halted his partner before changing his mind again. However, by this time, the fielder had found the ball and returned the throw to the wicket-keeper, who quickly removed the bails even as Babar struggled to approach the crease.
Despite the fact that the decision was referred to the third umpire, Babar already knew the conclusion. As the decision was confirmed on the large screen, he began to walk away, hurling a mouthful at Agha Salman on the way out.
Spinner Jack Leach and teenager Rehan Ahmed shared six wickets as England dismissed Pakistan for 304 on the first day of the third and final Test in Karachi on Saturday.
As Pakistan hitters wasted strong starts after Babar Azam won the toss and batted on a turning National Stadium pitch, Leach got 4-140 and Ahmed concluded with 2-89.
But England succumbed to spin as well, with Abrar Ahmed catching Zak Crawley without scoring as the visitors finished the day 7-1.
England trail by 297 runs, and Ben Duckett and Ollie Pope were at the crease with four and three wickets respectively.
Pakistan’s top scorer was skipper Azam, who hit 78 before running out in the post-tea session, while Agha Salman made 56.
But the day belonged to Ahmed, who, at 18 years and 126 days old, became England’s youngest Test opener when he removed Saud Shakeel for 23 in his seventh over.
Before Ahmed, Brian Close made his England debut against New Zealand in 1949 at the age of 18 years and 149 days.
Leach then entered the fray, shattering a tenacious eighth-wicket partnership of 48 between Salman and Nauman Ali (20).
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