England batsman scoring runs at 100 strike rate in Test cricket, hit the second century in 5th innings
Pakistan vs England, 2nd Test: The second match of the three-Test series between Pakistan and England is being played in Multan. England has set a target of 355 runs to win against Pakistan. England scored 275 runs in the second innings thanks to Harry Brook’s brilliant century. There are still two and a half days of play left.
New Delhi. The second Test match between Pakistan and England is going on in Multan. On the third day of the match, the England team was reduced to 275 runs in the second innings. Harry Brook played an inning of 108 runs for England. Apart from him, Ben Duckett scored 79, and captain Ben Stokes scored 41 runs. England has set a target of 355 runs in the fourth innings to win against Pakistan. For Pakistan, Abrar Ahmed took four wickets, Jahim Mehdood three and Mohammad Nawaz took one wicket. England’s young batsman Harry Brook has scored his second century in just the 5th Test innings.
Harry Brook is scoring runs at a strike rate of 100 in Test cricket
England’s 23-year-old batsman Harry Brook got a chance to make his Test debut against South Africa in September this year. He could only score 12 runs in the first test match. After this, due to his strong performance in T20 cricket, he got a place on the tour of Pakistan. Brook has so far scored 357 runs in two Tests at a strike rate of around 102. He has scored two centuries and a half-century on the tour of Pakistan.
Abrar Ahmed took 11 wickets in the first test
Young spinner Abrar Ahmed has given Pakistan a chance to make a comeback by performing brilliantly in the debut test. He took four wickets in the second innings after taking seven wickets in the first innings. Abrar is the first bowler of Pakistan to take 10 or more wickets in a debut test.