The storm of wickets also polluted the record book while Pakistan lost 5 wickets for less than 5 runs for the first time in history.
Despite a better position in the third Test against Australia, Pakistan’s batting was suddenly shaken and 5 wickets fell for less than 5 runs. However, when the score was 268, the entire team had returned to the pavilion.
On the other hand, young batsman Abdullah Shafiq showed his talents in just a few Test innings and also promised a bright future. He scored 81 runs in the first innings of the ongoing Test. This is his fifth fifty in 8 Test innings so far. Plus score, he is the second best batsman in Pakistani Test history to win this award.
Abdullah Shafiq, 22, made his Test debut against Bangladesh last year, scoring fifty in both innings of his first Test. He has scored over 500 runs in 8 innings so far. He scored his first Test century against Australia at Pindi Cricket Stadium. Had paid
Before him, Umar Akmal had the honor of scoring 5 fifty plus in the first 8 innings of his career.
Apart from these two cricketers, no one has made such a good start in their long format career since Pakistan played its first Test in 1952. Javed Miandad and Saeed Ahmed scored 4 fifty plus in the first 8, 8 innings of their career.