The player who played only 8 Tests for Pakistan created history, left the bigwigs behind

New Delhi. The first match of the ongoing three-match Test series between Pakistan and England is being played at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi from December 1. In this match, runs are being scored fiercely by the batsmen from both the teams. In the first innings for England where four batsmen scored a century. In response, three batsmen of the Pakistani team also scored hundreds. While opening the innings for the team, Abdullah Shafiq contributed 114 runs in 203 balls. At the same time, Imam-ul-Haq managed to score 121 runs in 207 balls and Captain Babar Azam scored 136 runs in 168 balls.

Abdullah Shafiq created history:

In Rawalpindi, Abdullah Shafique has created history as soon as he scores a century. He has become the first batsman to score the most runs for Pakistan after 14 Test innings. Before Shafiq, this special record was recorded by former Pakistani batsman Saeed Anwar. Anwar had scored 774 runs at an average of 55.28 after 14 Test innings for Pakistan. On the other hand, Shafiq has scored 850 runs for Pakistan at an average of 70.83 after 14 Test innings.

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