Azhar Ali scores 16th century of his career
KARACHI: The captain Azhar Ali scored his 16th century in a test match on Sunday as Pakistan and Sri Lanka entered the fourth day of the second Test being played in National Stadium Karachi.
Azhar Ali’s century, his first as a captain and at home, came off 142 balls. It was a return to form for Ali, who has been unimpressive since he assumed captaincy, making fans spectators doubt the selectors’ decision to choose him for the role. He bowed out after scoring 118 and was replaced by Mohammad Rizwan.
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