Yesterday cricket match prediction: Agha Salman’s Virgin Ton Helps Pakistan After 438

New Zealand’s opener was 41 points unscathed after Aga Salman scored 100 in the first Test on the afternoon of the 2nd, while Pakistan scored an impressive 438 in the first innings of the Karachi Test. I was.

Tom Latham (20) and Devon Conway (17) started aggressively trying to navigate his period through a tricky 14 overs, leading the visitors unscathed to the break. Abrar caused a flutter when he hit the first ball into Conway’s pads, but the wicketkeeper was dismayed by a review by Sarfraz Ahmed. Aside from that and the difficult chances for the keeper, Latham and Conway accepted New Zealand’s response with confidence.

Conway immediately collapsed as the pacemaker provided the distance. The opening game also featured excellent straight drives by both Mohammad Wasim Jr. and Ahmed as they were overfilled. Short against the former Latham His ball ploy also backfired, left-handed Latham was hit and tied comfortably he added 4 to his 2 and finally his two tees over the horizon. I put it down and slowed down.

In the first hour Salman came out with a very different batsman on the other side of the lunch break and showed his intentions with four first-ball hits on solid ground. The full range of shots was showcased, including cuts, pulls, lofts and drives, and from 97-ball 50, next he speeded up to the first Test 100 on 49-ball, defending with the tail.

He pushed Wagner out of the attack after going over the 3-point limit just before the start of the session and took Pakistan past the 400-run mark in the first. Ish Sodhi attacked the other end and Salman’s silent his partner, he locked Mir Hamza in his stand with his 39, LBW to his 9th wicket important to him 1. Salman entered the 90s and had a loft that almost ran a long rope in front of Southey. He then achieved a milestone when he pulled a leg-side freebie from Soddy into the back square he leg his fence. Southey conceded 6-no. 11 It was Abrar Ahmed.

Brief scores: New Zealand 41/0 (Tom Latham 20*, Devon Conway 17*) trail Pakistan 438 (Babar Azam 161, Agha Salman 103; Tim Southee 3-69) by 397 runs

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