Cricket News sort by Taufeeq Umar

Pakistan finished Day 1 of the Second Test at SSC, Colombo with a commanding total of 334 for 1! Opener Mohammad Hafeez carried his bat through in the day’s play with an unbeaten 172 (from 281 balls with 18 fours and a six).

But for excessive rain washing out a major portion of the last two days of the Galle Test, Sri Lanka should coast home to victory. Pakistan’s batting in the Test has been atrocious to say the least.

Match Report of Pakistan Vs England, Day 2, First Jazz Cup Test at Dubai International Cricket Stadium

Pakistan decided to bat safely according to the merit of the bowling and thus the Dhaka Test match is heading nowhere towards a possible result. By the close of play on Day 3, the visitors steadily got to 292 for 3 in 96 overs with a run rate of just around three runs per over.

Taufeeq Umar was three runs short of a century as Pakistan built a handy lead of 251 over the West Indies on day three of the second and final Test in Saint Kitts.