AFG vs PAK: Afghani Pathans made Babar cry tears of blood, in such a situation Pakistan’s fleet will be destroyed

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Hambantota: In the third ODI against Afghanistan, Pakistan scored 268 runs in the stipulated 50 overs while batting first. In this match, Babar Azam scored only 60 runs in 86 balls for Pakistan. During this, his strike rate was only 69.77. Babar hit 4 fours and 1 six in his innings, but his slow batting can become a matter of concern for the Pakistani team in the upcoming tournament.

Babar Azam was in great form before the ODI series against Afghanistan, but his batting in this series was not much. In such a situation, before the Asia Cup, it can be assumed that Babar’s form is over.

In the first match of this series, Babar Azam returned to the pavilion without opening any account. Although he made a strong comeback in the second ODI, scoring 53 runs, but his strike rate has been very slow. In such tournaments like Asia Cup and World Cup, Babar will have to increase his batting pace.

Mohammad Rizwan scored 67 runs

Apart from Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan played a strong inning of 67 runs in the third ODI for Pakistan. Rizwan faced 79 balls during this. Rizwan also hit 6 fours and 1 six in his innings. It is natural to question Rizwan’s strike rate along with Babar, because due to the slow batting of both of them, the lower order players were not able to bat freely in the last overs.

Salman and Nawaz’s fast batting in the lower order

After the slow batting of Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan in the top order, Agha Salman and Mohammad Salman definitely batted fast in the lower order. Salman remained unbeaten after scoring 38 runs in 31 balls. Apart from this, Nawaz played an inning of 30 runs in 25 balls.

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