Imam-ul-Haq was run-out within the 2nd ODI towards West Indies.© Instagram
Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam placed on a 120-run stand to regular Pakistan after Fakhar Zaman‘s early dismissal within the 2nd ODI towards West Indies in Multan, however a mix-up between the 2 meant the previous had to return to the pavilion for a run-a-ball 72. Within the twenty eighth over, simply after Babar had reached his half-century, Imam hit the ball in the direction of midwicket off Akeal Hosein and took off for a single. Babar, nevertheless, was caught ball-watching and was not within the run in any respect, sending his accomplice again after he had nearly reached the non-striker’s finish. As wicketkeeper Shai Hope took off the stumps earlier than Imam may attain the crease, the opener angrily jammed his bat on the bottom earlier than strolling off.
Watch: Imam-ul-Haq reacts angrily after mix-up with Babar Azam causes his run-out
The dismissal got here off the supply proper after Babar reached his fifty.
The Pakistan skipper went on to attain 77 earlier than being caught and bowled by Akeal Hosein.
The 2nd ODI noticed each Babar and Imam proceed their dream kind as they each hit their sixth consecutive fifty-plus scores in ODIs.
Babar fell in need of equalling Kumar Sangakkara‘s world document of 4 consecutive ODI centuries.
His knock of 103 that helped Pakistan chase down 309 within the first ODI was the second time that he registered three consecutive centuries within the 50-over format. He’s the one participant to have achieved this feat.
Imam-ul-Haq had scored 65 within the collection opener, whereas Mohammad Rizwan had additionally hit a half-century.
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