Pakistan and India in Test matches on the front foot, after T20, T10 league is also on the rise

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In Kanpur Test,India,s and in Chittagong Test, Pakistan’s position seems to have strengthened, with India leading by 63 points in the second rounds and 9 points remaining, scoring 145.

Pakistan made its name on the second day of the first test, the way Pakistan fell, it did a good job It is said that she gave a difficult answer. Enzam-ul-Haq says that if Bangladesh wins 2 sessions, then Pakistan all 3 sessions are blown up, Hasan Ali did a great job, he took 5 wickets 5 times a year.

The ex-Pakistan captain says that Abdullah Shafiq’s good strikes are continuing in order to try the local cricket without any experience. He can score more than 500. If Pakistan plays until half a day from the next day the day after tomorrow, the match will be won easily.

Inzamam also spoke on his YouTube channel in the Kanpur Test that India has fallen significantly behind. Patel often took 5 wickets. Kiwis were supposed to take the lead against India but on the contrary India took the lead. Now India even if he scored 250, the match would be his. New Zealand has lost the lead, 

which it scored

yesterday, and has recovered well. It is also true that the Pakistan pacers failed on day one, throwing less on day two. I enjoyed watching Hassan Ali bowling. He used to come, now the hair is falling out and its speed has increased.

Rawalpindi Express Shoaib Akhtar says 5 teams is a big thing in any way. The team was criticized after the World Cup. We took Pakistan very seriously, the team did not play well against Australia. The brand must be embraced. I will keep falling from falling I will talk about Hassan Ali again that he put his palm.

The ex-Pakistani Akhtar says Abid Ali and Shafiq were beating well, I enjoyed them, and Abid was running out of coffee chain.

Shoaib Akhtar says cricket in South Africa is affected by the code, and many series are likely to be affected in the coming times, and he can’t say anything about it. Borders are closing, people are tired, God bless everyone. In all these matters, Pakistan has all the rounds or not, only time will tell. Australia, New Zealand and England come here to play.

Shoaib Akhtar says I am also trying to get a medical visa for Australia, I hope to get one soon.

T10 Legue Update

Riding on the back of another solid partnership between openers Johnson Charles and Hazratullah Zazai, Bangla Tigers jumped to the numero uno position on the points table in Abu Dhabi T10 with a win over The Chennai Braves on Saturday. After restricting the Braves to 89, thanks to some fine bowling by Luke Fletcher, the Tigers came out all guns blazing in their chase and wrapped their fifth win of this edition easily. Despite having the same number of wins as Team Abu Dhabi, the Tigers now sit atop the points table courtesy of a better run rate. For The Chennai Braves who came into the match seeking their first win, it proved to be another forgettable outing as they suffered their seventh defeat of the tournament.

Charles and Zazai have emerged as one of the most threatening opening duo in the tournament and against the Braves bowling attack, they barely broke a sweat in overhauling a target that required them to score at less than 10 an over. As has become the norm, the right-handed Charles started the attack with a four off the final delivery of the first over bowled by Mark Deyal. The next over belonged to Zazai as he put to sword Munaf Patel’s medium pace by scoring 22 from the second over of the chase. There was no respite for the bowling team as Deyal, after bowling a neat first over, was taken to the cleaners in the next, conceding 23 runs. The openers also showed scant regard for Kevin Koththigoda’s mystery spin, finding two sixes and one four from the bowler’s over to take their team closer to a comprehensive win. Charles’ dismissal to Roman Walker allowed the in-form Will Jacks to do the finishing, which he duly did by depositing Dhananjaya Lakshan in the stands to finish the chase in the sixth over. Hazratullah Zazai remained stranded on an undefeated 46 with 5 sixes and 2 fours.

Earlier, The Chennai Braves struggled to get going after being put in to bat by Bangla Tigers skipper Faf Du Plessis. They could only score 29 runs from the first four overs, losing opener Toby Albert in the process. Mohammad Shahzad, who hasn’t enjoyed the best of the forms in the tournament, seemed to be getting back in touch when he hit his countrymate for a six and a four. However, Ahmed had the last laugh as he sent Shahzad back for 32. Post Shahzad’s departure, no batsman except Mark Deyal could make an impression. Deyal eventually fell for 28 in the penultimate over and as a result, The Chennai Braves could not go past the triple-figure mark in their allotted 10 overs, finishing their innings on 89/4.

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