WI vs PAK: Pakistani batsman Fawad Alam’s centenary discussions, Learn why it is so special

After losing the first Test against the West Indies 0-1 in a two-match Test series, Pakistan are working hard to win their second Test in Jamaica. The team declared their first innings at 302-9 and snatched the West Indies 3 wickets for just 39 runs. With this, their hopes of winning the match and equalizing the series remain. In Pakistan’s first innings, veteran batsman Fawad Alam played 124 unbeaten innings. His innings was very special because the innings came at a time when the team was in trouble and in need of such batting.

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This century of Fawa is the fifth century of his career. What is special is that they have made this century in the same difficult conditions as previous centuries. After making a comeback in international cricket, Fawad has often scored centuries when the team lost their first two-three wickets in a very short run. Many times his century is also the main reason for the team’s victory.

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When Fawad entered the crease in the first innings against the West Indies, the team lost wickets for opener Abid Ali, Imran Butt and veteran Azhar Ali for just 2 runs. He shared a 166-run partnership with captain Babar Azam for the fourth wicket here. When the score was 160, Alum was forced to leave the field due to cramps. Fawad, batting again on the third day, scored the fifth century of his career and played an impressive innings of 124 off 213 balls.

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