WI vs PAK: Why Shoaib Akhtar Gets Pakistan’s Fastest Bowler Fawad Alam

The Pakistan team is currently touring the West Indies. Pakistan’s condition was bad in the second Test, but Fawad Alam, along with captain Babar Azam, took him out of trouble. Pakistan’s left-arm batsman Fawad Alam Bharjari scored 76 while batting. His batting is highly praised. Many former players in the cricket world have praised his batting. Shoaib Akhtar’s name has been added to the list. This former Pakistan fast bowler is honored for his dedication towards cricket.

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On his YouTube channel, this fast bowler praised Alam, saying: “Fawad is a genius. He did TV, played cricket and performed well everywhere. He remains in charge of Pakistan even after being out of the team for 11 years. Bow down to them Shoaib praised Alam for maintaining his mental strength. He started his career as an actor when the selectors moved away from Fawad Alam even after his good performance. In 2009, this Karachi batsman scored the first century of his Test career against Sri Lanka. He was then dropped by the team for scoring less than two innings. After this he scored a lot in domestic cricket but still he was unable to return to the team.

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In 2019, he was given another chance to appear in Pakistan’s Test squad. He took advantage of it with both hands and scored centuries against New Zealand, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Speaking of the current Test, when Pakistan’s top order fell to West Indies bowling, Fawad Alam, with skipper Babar Azam, added 158 runs. By the end of the first day, Pakistan were 212 for 4. The second day’s play had to be canceled due to rain.

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