English batsman took out the speed of Pak bowlers by beating, made an amazing record

New Delhi: England piled on a lot of runs against inexperienced bowling on the first day of the first Test against Pakistan. While batting stormy in the style of baseball, opener Jack Crowley and Ben Duckett scored stormy centuries in ODI style. Especially Jack Crowley scored the fastest century as an England opener. Just before the first match in Rawalpindi, some players were hit by the virus, but the match started on schedule and everyone was shocked to see what happened after that.

Together these two shared 233 for the first wicket in 35.4 overs. Crowley in particular looked very aggressive. He took the news of young sensation Naseem Shah and stormy bowler Haris Rauf fiercely. He had no trouble playing the Pakistani bowlers on a paradise pitch for batting. Crawley took just 86 balls to reach his century, which included 21 fours.

The 24-year-old brought up his hundred by smashing Pakistan fast bowler Naseem Shah for a cover boundary. He was dismissed for 122 runs in 11 balls with the help of 21 fours, while Benn scored 107 runs in 110 balls with the help of 15 fours. That is, the strike rate of both the batsmen was more than 95.

Crowley was clean bowled by Haris Rauf, while Duckett was dismissed LBW by Zahid Mahmood. The manner in which both of them batted left nothing for the Pakistani bowlers. As long as these two batsmen were on the field, runs were being scored at a strike rate of 6 like in ODIs.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button