PAK Vs AUS: Babar Azam’s century inches Pakistan close to history

Pakistan captain Babar Azam has made his biggest score in Tests. Along with this, Babar has also registered his name in a big partnership record. He added 228 runs for the third wicket with young batsman Abdulah Shafiq for the third wicket.

Pakistan squad is playing the second game of the Test series against Australia in Karachi. In the fourth innings of the match, Pakistan received a target of 506 runs to gain a victory. Pakistan is glimpsed recouping this game with the assistance of skipper Babar Azam’s century.

Babar has slashed a century in Test after approximately two years. With this, he has slashed 150 in Test for the prime period. They are yet at the seam. Before his biggest tally was 143 runs.


Babar conducted 150 runs in the second bout on the 5th day of the game. He accomplished this score off 311 balls. His innings encompassed 16 fours. Pakistan amassed a bad onset in the second innings and the squad shortly underwent two lapses. Imam-ul-Haq, who slashed centuries in both the innings of the first Test, and prior skipper Azhar Ali were also dismissed cheaply. Subsequently both the wickets fell, Babar constructed a coalition with Abdullah Shafiq.

Both the batsmen formulated a coalition of 228 runs for the third wicket. This coalition was halted after Shafiq (96) was dismissed for 249, but by then both the batsmen had enrolled their names in the history tales. The group have evolve the second elevated coalition in the fourth innings of a Test game in Asia.

Pakistan’s batsmen also clench the title for the elevated coalition of 242 runs in the fourth innings in Asia. Shan Masood and Younis Khan put in 242 runs against Sri Lanka in 2015. Speaking about the world record, it is the name of the batsmen of Australia. In 1948, the group of Sir Don Bradman and Arthur Morris enlarged 301 runs against England in the fourth innings.