PAK vs WI 2nd ODI: Pakistan led 2-0 in the three-match series after recording a massive 120-round victory over the West Indies in their second ODI match. The hosts win the first game of the series by 5 wickets. In the second match held in Multan, Pakistan scored 275 points against the West Indies against losing 8 wickets in 50 increments based on half a century of Imam Haq (72) and Babar Azam (77). In front of this result, the visiting team was grouped into 155 rounds. Muhammad Nawaz took the highest four wickets for Pakistan and was awarded the Man of the Match award.
ENG vs NZ 2nd Test Day 1 Stumps: New Zealand batsmen, who lost the first test, showed their strength in the second test, scoring 318/4 on the first day
Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first in this match, but Fakhar Zaman again failed to give a good start to the team. He came out with a score of 17. This was followed by a century partnership for the second wicket between Imam al-Haqq and Babar Azam. This was the eighth century partnership between players. But the partnership ended in a disappointing fashion, as Imam al-Haq ran out due to lack of coordination and expressed his anger by hitting the bat on the field. After some time, Babar Azam also came out and then no hitter was able to score big.
PAK vs WI: Emam-ul-Haq, run out because of Babar Azam, returned to the winger in a rage, joining this particular club by scoring 6 straight fifties.
Babar Azam couldn’t break Virat Kohli’s record
In his second ODI match against the West Indies, Captain Babar Azam once again managed to cross the 50 mark but wasted a century. With these roles, he overtook Australian David Warner and Matthew Hayden in terms of scoring the most points in 6 consecutive innings, but could not break the record of Virat Kohli and Ross Taylor. Taylor holds the record for scoring 628 points in 6 consecutive runs, while Kohli scored 617 points in the same number of innings. Babar Azam could only hit 614 passes with 77 runs and was only 4 runs behind in breaking Kohli’s record.
West Indies assembled for 155 rounds
Chasing a 276-round goal, Shaheen Afridi struck the West Indies team’s first hit in the form of a chai hop. But then Kyle Myers (33) and Shamra Brooks (42) took over to lead the team in a half-century partnership. After these two players were ejected, the entire West Indies team collapsed like a deck of cards. Aside from Captain Nicholas Buran, the batsman can no longer touch the number 25 times.
The last game of the series will be played on this ground on June 12th.