Fawad Alam converts to four fifties, equals 55-year-old record
Fawad Alam equaled the 55-year-old record of converting the first four fifties of his career into centuries.
The Pakistani batsman scored his fourth career century in the Harare Test against Zimbabwe yesterday, the fourth time he had converted it into a three-figure innings after completing 50 runs, so Fawad has yet to make a fifty.
It may be recalled that Fawad Alam returned to the national team after a long and patient wait of 10 years and 259 days, during which 40 new cricketers were given Test caps.
Fawad Alam, on the other hand, continued to score runs in domestic cricket, scoring 7,965 runs at an average of 56.68, including 26 centuries and 33 fifties.