Harare: In the second Test, the national team is batting after winning the toss against Zimbabwe.
In the second match of the two-Test series between Pakistan and Zimbabwe, the national team is batting after winning the toss. At the end of the first day, the national team has scored 268 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Abid Ali 118 and Sajid Khan are not out with one run.
Imran Butt and Abid Ali started the innings for Pakistan. Imran Butt was the guest of only 2 runs after which Abid Ali formed a partnership of 236 runs with Azhar Ali. Meanwhile, both the batsmen completed their centuries.
Azhar Ali fell victim to Mazarbani after playing an innings of 126 runs, while Babar Azam, who was dismissed for zero in the first match, managed to score only 2 runs in this innings. The innings of the last match century-maker Fawad Alam was also limited to 5 runs.
For the second Test against Zimbabwe, a change has been made in the national team, with Fahim Ashraf being replaced by Tabish Khan, while fast bowler Tabish Khan, 36, will play the first Test.
Team captain Babar Azam says they will try to score big while batting first, while Zimbabwe captain Brendon Taylor says that if they had won the toss, we would have decided to bat. It should be noted that the national team has a 1-0 lead in the two-Test series. Pakistan had defeated Zimbabwe by 116 runs in an innings in the first Test.