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Watch: Babar Azam was excused on 1 in Pakistan’s run pursuit against Britain in the second Trial of the Series in Multan Babar Azam was left shell-shocked by Ollie Robinson’s crazy delivery

Pakistan hopes to score 355 runs in the second Test in Multan to level the three-match series with England.

With Abdullah Shafique and Mohammad Rizwan scoring 66 runs for the first wicket in the second innings, the team bowled England out for 275 and got off to a strong start in the run chase.

Rizwan and captain Babar Azam, on the other hand, quickly left after James Anderson scored an incredible goal.

The Pakistani fans had high hopes that Babar would play a significant role in the run chase;

However, Ollie Robinson’s brilliant seam movement resulted in Babar being dismissed twice throughout the match.

It was a fatal error by Babar, who appeared to have failed to take into account the apparent development;

Babar was stunned when the ball made a sharp turn internal as it hit the stumps.

After winning the toss and choosing to bat, England lost the first day of the second Test in Multan by 281 runs.

For Pakistan, debutant Abrar Ahmed played a great game, taking seven English wickets in the first innings.

Subsequent to bowling Pakistan out on 202, the guests took a 79-run lead.

England reached 275 in the second innings thanks to a brilliant century by Harry Brook.

In the subsequent innings, Abrar was Pakistan’s primary bowler, taking four wickets to achieve Pakistan’s record debut score of 11/234.

With a stunning 74-run victory over Pakistan in the first match in Rawalpindi, England leads the three-match series.

The English team led by Ben Stokes also set a world record for the most runs scored on Day 1 of a Test by scoring 506/4 in 75 overs during the Rawalpindi Test.

Watch: In the Pakistan Cup 2022/23,

Hasan Ali hits three big sixes and a 33-ball 55. Starting at number 8, Hasan hit five 4s and three 6s as Southern Punjab won the tough 277-run chase with seven balls to spare.

In the current Pakistan Cup 2022/23, Southern Punjab defeated Sindh by two wickets thanks to Hasan Ali’s rare 55 off 33 balls.

Hasan, who started at number 8, scored five 4s and three 6s in his innings, assisting Southern Punjab in winning the difficult chase of 277 runs with seven balls remaining.

Sindh batted first, scoring 276 runs in 48.3 overs before losing all of their wickets.

Saifullah Bangash made a contribution with an unbeaten 54 from 56 balls, and opener Saim Ayub hit a ton from 81 balls.

Usman Qadir, a spinner, took five wickets, while Mohammad Ilyas took four.

Hasan also gave up 57 runs and one wicket in 9.3 innings.

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