Journalist’s sharp question to Pakistan captain Babar Azam
Pakistan lost by 74 runs in first test against England
New Delhi. Pakistan cricket team is on everyone’s target these days. Be it a former cricketer or a journalist, no one is missing out on questioning Captain Babar Azam. Pakistan’s team had to face defeat against England in the Rawalpindi Test match. It rained runs in this match and the host team lost even after scoring more than 800 runs. After the match, a Pakistani journalist asked Captain Babar Azam such a question, before answering which he thought.
The Pakistan team had to achieve the target of 343 runs on the last day of the Rawalpindi Test, but the entire team was reduced to a score of 268 runs. By winning the match by 74 runs, the England team took a 1-0 lead in the series. In the first innings, England scored 657 runs on the basis of centuries of four batsmen. At the same time, Pakistan had scored 579 runs in return for the century innings of three batsmen including captain Babar. In the second innings, the England captain took a brave decision by declaring the innings at 264 for 7 wickets. There were 4 sessions of play left in the match and Pakistan’s batsmen collapsed on a pitch that was helpful to the batsmen.
— Grassroots Cricket (@grassrootscric) December 5, 2022
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 06, 2022, 20:14 IST