Video watch online Sarfraz Ahmed 105 Runs Batting Highlights vs England Pakistan Tour of England 2016. The 2nd century of Sarfraz Ahmed’s ODI vocation has helped Pakistan to something drawing nearer a focused score at Lord’s.
Sarfraz Ahmed, who additionally made a half-century in the main ODI in Southampton, went to the wrinkle with his side reeling on 2 for 3 after 19 conveyances. In any case, with a quiet head, some deft arrangement and a great deal of astounding running between the wickets, Sarfraz gave his bowlers something to guard, however England will be much the more content of the sides at the midway phase of the diversion.
It was Sarfraz’s most noteworthy ODI score – surpassing his unbeaten 101 against Ireland at Adelaide amid the 2015 World Cup – and the most astounding score made by a Pakistan wicketkeeper in an ODI in England. It was likewise the main century by a Pakistan batsman in an ODI at Lord’s. The past most elevated was 88, made by Mohammad Yousuf against Australia in 2004.
Pakistan never completely recouped from their pitiable begin. Choosing to bat on a green surface – a choice that satisfied Eoin Morgan, the England chief, who conceded he would have knocked down some pins first at any rate – Pakistan’s initial three batsman could just oversee one keep running between them.
On the off chance that Sami Aslam could number himself marginally appalling to be given out got behind down the leg side – the on-field umpire, Marais Erasmus, initially gave him not out, but rather the TV umpire, Simon Fry overruled on the premise of a spike in the snickometer despite the fact that there was no problem area – the other two batsmen were the beneficiaries of fine conveyances.
Mark Wood created a marvel, pitching outside leg stump and swinging late, to take the off stump of Sharjeel Khan, before Chris Woakes played one that touched away down the slant and ricocheted to take the edge of Azhar Ali’s bat.
Babar Azam helped Sarfraz Ahmed reconstruct. The pair included 64 in 10.3 overs for the fourth wicket, with Babar taking progressive limits off Woakes, the second of them a sweetly planned spread drive, and Sarfraz taking two or three limits off Wood – once driving an over-pitched ball and once pulling a short one.
Be that as it may, with Liam Plunkett releasing Babar with a full ball – the batsman was fairly shocking to press the ball onto his boot and afterward see it move back onto the stumps – Pakistan were obliged to remake afresh. They couldn’t get a limit for right around 11 overs once the field did a reversal toward the begin of the second Powerplay.
While Shoaib Malik skipped down the pitch and drove Moeen Ali’s second conveyance for six, the reintroduction of Wood brought the leap forward. Increasing steep lift and development from a back-of-a-length conveyance, Wood took the edge of Shoaib’s bat to leave Pakistan stuck in an unfortunate situation afresh at 125 for 5 in the 27th over.
Be that as it may, Imad Wasim gave Sarfraz ardent backing and, in making his most noteworthy ODI score to date, included 77 in 16.3 overs for the 6th wicket. While Imad began gradually – his initial 17 conveyances brought just three runs – he quickened pleasantly once he had settled and took 14 off three conveyances from Plunkett – a sliced six over point took after by two driven fours – at one phase.
Sarfraz Ahmed was reprieved by the TV umpire, Fry, on 102 after Erasmus had decreed him leg before to a Plunkett slower ball. In any case, he was not able exploit and succumbed to a catch on the midwicket limit as he endeavored a trudge clear in the accompanying over.
While Hasan Ali was gotten in the profound – Joe Root looked in some torment in the wake of crashing into Adil Rashid in taking the catch, yet could proceed after treatment on his shins – and Wahab Riaz was splendidly gotten by Plunkett, hurling himself to one side at mid-off, Imad helped Pakistan take their aggregate above 250.
A mistake amongst Imad and Mohammad Amir left both batsmen at the same end and saw the Pakistan innings find some conclusion with a bundle of their 50 overs unused. Keeping in mind their aggregate looks under standard on a decent batting surface, it speaks to a not too bad exertion for a side that was 2 for 3 at one phase.
Prior Pakistan rolled out three improvements to the side that lost the principal ODI in Southampton. Mohammad Hafeez was supplanted by Aslam, Mohammad Nawaz was supplanted by Yasir Shah and Umar Gul was supplanted by Hasan. The out-of-structure Hafeez is accounted for to have a knee harm that may bring about his initial takeoff from the visit.
Britain named an unaltered XI. They are unbeaten in ODIs this mid year, yet haven’t won an ODI at Lord’s subsequent to 2012.