Correct cricbuzz prediction: Imam-ul-Haq shouts at Babar Azam after selling Pakistan captain on river in 2nd challenge match against New Zealand

Opening player Imam-ul-Haq, who was furious with Babar Azam after being sacked, was furious with the Pakistani skipper who was eliminated for the sixth time in his career.

Babar his Azam-led Pakistan got off to a chaotic first innings start in Tuesday’s second friendly against Tim Southey-led New Zealand at Karachi’s National Stadium. After losing first-class batsmen Abdullah Shafiq and Shan Masood in the first 11 overs of the innings, the hosts lost skipper Babar.

It all happened in his second delivery of his 25th over, as Babar tried to steal his three runs with the first Imam. Imam His Babar’s reputation plummeted, but the Pakistan opener turned down demands for the third heat and returned to his own crease. Babbar also finished on the same side, with New Zealand’s Michael Bracewell having his non-forward side stirrup removed. The Pakistani starter, who was angry with Babar after being fired, gave the skipper a drink after the incident.

Netizens condemned Imam’s startling behavior after Babal was dismissed in the second test of the bilateral series. Star bat Babar marked his sixth retirement in his 47 games for Pakistan. The Green Army Talisman Stick scored his 24 of 41 balls in his second Test between Pakistan and New Zealand. Speaking of games, opener Imam delivered a big blow to Babar’s side when the hosts won 154-3 in 47 overs on day two at the National Stadium in Karachi.

After finishing the series opener in a stalemate, New Zealand, who batted first in the second Test, scored a respectable total of 449 innings in 131 overs. Devon Conway scored a sensational century (122) and Matt Henry scored his significant 68* to help visitors set his challenging 1st total for Karachi. Abrar Ahmed gave Pakistan his four wickets while Agha Salman and Naseem Shah in the first innings he shared six wickets.

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