Pakistan’s batting continues in the Pindi Test, early batsmen were again deceived
Rawalpindi: Pakistan is batting in the first innings of the second and final Test against South Africa and the national team has scored 57 runs for the loss of three wickets.
In the match being played at Pindi Stadium, Pakistan captain Babar Azam won the toss and elected to bat first.
Imran Butt and Abid Ali started the innings for Pakistan but Imran Butt was caught out for 15 runs on a total score of 21. Abid Ali was also dismissed for 6 runs while Azhar Ali could not open his account.
Three Pakistani players were dismissed for just one run, the first and second wickets fell to 21 runs while the third wicket fell to 22 runs.
After losing three wickets in a row, national team captains Babar Azam and Fawad Alam are on the wicket and leading the team’s score.
Earlier, Babar Azam had won the toss and said that the wicket looked good for batting, he would try to score well.
The captain of the national team said that no change has been made in the playing XI and only the team playing Karachi Test has been retained.