Friday, July 20, 2018

Fakhar hits double ton, sets new opening stand record with Imam

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Opening batsman Fakhar Zaman turned into Pakistan's first twofold centurion in one-day internationals, when he crushed 210 off 156 conveyances against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on Friday.

The 28-year-old pushed on in the wake of enrolling his third ODI century to outperform Saeed Anwar's past record of 194 against India at Chennai in May 1997.

Zaman crushed 24 limits and five sixes out of a rankling innings and went ahead to end up the 6th worldwide batsman to score a twofold hundred in the 50-overs arrange.

Up against a frail Zimbabwe assault, openers Imam-ul-Haq and Zaman embraced a merciless way to deal with record the initial 300-run opening stand in ODIs.

The record for the most astounding opening association was before held by Sri Lanka's Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya, who had included 286 against Britain at Leeds in July 2006.

Imam blasted away to 113 off 122 balls, studded with eight fours, previously tumbling to spinner Wellington Masakadza.

Asif Ali joined Zaman to fabricate an unbeaten 95 run organization as they completed with 399 for 1 toward the finish of the innings.

Prior in the day, Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed won the hurl and picked to bat in the fourth ODI. The guests have commanded the arrangement, knocking down some pins Zimbabwe out for 67 on Wednesday to secure an unassailable 3-0 lead.

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