Harare Test between Pakistan and Zimbabwe: Fawad Alam’s century, Babar Azam’s zero
In the last session, Fawad Alam managed to score a century by presenting a brilliant game, but most of the mention has been made of the zero that was written in the account of captain Babar Azam.
When the second day of the Harare Test started, the think tank sitting in the dressing room of Pakistan was urging its batsmen to score so much in this innings that it would not be their turn to bat in the second innings.
But with a resounding innings and six wickets falling, the Pakistani team reached the lead of 198 with 374 runs at the end of the game, also thanks to Fawad Alam’s magnificent century with the help of 16 fours. He was not out for 108 runs.