Scored a century against Pakistan in the day, in the evening the English batsman was roaming around with a bag on his back and in his hand
Four of England’s top 5 batsmen scored centuries against Pakistan on the first day of the Rawalpindi Test. By the end of the first day’s play, England scored a record 506 runs. Earlier, no team had touched the figure of 500 in a day.
Harry Brook with England captain Ben Stokes against Pakistan – AP
⏩ England scored 506 runs for 4 wickets on the first day of the Rawalpindi Test
⏩ 4 batsmen of England played century innings
⏩ Harry Brook hit 6 consecutive fours in Shakeel’s over
New Delhi. The England team, which reached Pakistan, started the Test series with a bang. On the very first day of the first Test match being played in Rawalpindi, the English batsmen put a lot of class on the host bowlers. Four of the team’s top 5 batsmen scored centuries and by the end of the first day’s play, England scored a record 506 runs. Earlier, no team had touched the figure of 500 in a day.
The batsmen of the England cricket team have attacked Pakistan on its most powerful aspect by entering its own house. The bowling of the Pakistan team has always been considered a strong link, but here in broad daylight, they were hit with fours and sixes in such a way that the team would never want to miss it. Out of the top 5 of the team, all except former captain Joe Root scored a century. Opener Jack Crowley, Ben Duckett, Oli Pope, and Harry Brook created history for England by playing century innings.
4 centurions from England were seen in fun
For the England cricket team, the team’s openers Jack and Ben started with a bang and added 233 runs. While Jack scored 122 off 111 balls, Ben got out after scoring 107 off 110 balls. Oli scored 108 off 104 balls while Harry scored 101 off just 81 balls. He returned unbeaten with captain Ben Stokes. England Cricket posted the picture of the four stars who scored a century against Pakistan on their Twitter handle.
The FOUR centurions 💯#PAKvENG pic.twitter.com/QTZdbk9rOH
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) December 1, 2022
Super collected hundreds of evening bags in hand
It took four centuries against Pakistan but Harry got his name registered in the pages of history. He hit 6 consecutive fours in one over of Saud Shakeel. He became the first English batsman to do so in Test cricket. During the day, he scored a century with a bang and in the evening, he was seen hanging a bag on his back… a bag in his hand. Now it is difficult to tell what was in his bag and how was the bag, but his smile in the picture is winning all the attention.