Pakistan pulled off a dramatic draw in the second Test against Australia at the National Stadium in Karachi today, with hundreds from Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan.
Rizwan became the second wicket-keeper batsman to achieve a century in the fourth innings of a Test match, following Moin Khan.
Khan was previously the only Pakistani wicketkeeper hitter to score a century in a Test’s fourth innings. On September 26, 1995, in Sialkot, he scored 117* against Sri Lanka.
Rizwan scored his second Test century since making his Test debut against New Zealand in 2016. He and Babar combined for a fighting 115 runs off 248 runs.
In a historic second Test against Australia, Pakistani captain Babar Azam set multiple fourth-inning batting records. Australia’s chances of winning were stymied by his 196-run knock. Here is the scored of 2nd test:
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