Pakistan vs England – Babar Azam “Replicated” Virat Kohli’s Artwork Of Scoring Hundred In Chase: Pakistan Nice


File photograph of Babar Azam© AFP

Babar Azam scored 100 towards England within the second T20I of the seven-match sequence at Nationwide Stadium, Karachi on Thursday. Chasing a 200-run goal within the sport, Pakistan comfortably reached residence as Babar led the innings along with his 110 not out off 66 balls. His knock was laced with 11 fours and 5 sixes. After the match, former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar lavished reward on Babar and stated that he replicated India batter Virat Kohli‘s artwork of scoring 100 in a chase.

With the most recent three-figure mark, Babar additionally turned the primary Pakistan batter to attain two tons of within the T20I format. His first century within the format had come towards South Africa. It was a 122-run knock that had come off 59 balls in Centurion in April final yr.

Akhtar claimed that Babar is one of the best batter on this planet.

“Hats off to the chase. Virat Kohli used to attain tons of in chases… Babar Azam has replicated it. The category of Babar is much better than anybody else on this world due to his magnificence and shot choice. When his strike charge goes over 150 to 160, he turns into one thing else. And when he turns into one thing else, that is what occurs, Pakistan wins the sport,” stated Akhtar on his YouTube channel.

Speaking concerning the match on Thursday, England posted 199 for five in 20 overs with the assistance of Moeen Ali‘s 55 not out off 23 balls and Ben Duckett‘s 43 off 22 balls. In reply, Pakistan reached residence with 10 wickets in hand and three balls to spare.


In the meantime, the victory broke Pakistan’s three-match shedding streak that had stretched from the Asia Cup. Pakistan have been defeated by Sri Lanka in back-to-back matches on the continental occasion.

Pakistan and England play the third T20I of the sequence on Friday.

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