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July 21, 2018

Fakhar Zaman became the 1st Pakistani batsman to hit double century in ODI

Pakistani cricketer Fakhar Zaman became the 1st Pakistani batsman to hit a double century in ODI as Pakistan traveled to a gigantic 244-run prevail upon Zimbabwe in the fourth ODI at Queens Sports Club on Friday. 


Fakhar crushed 210 not out from 156 conveyances, moving past the past record for a Pakistan batsman set by Saeed Anwar with his 194 against India in Chennai over 21 years prior. 

Pakistan's batting mentor Grant Flower called Fakhar's innings "an incredible achievement"."I've completed a great deal of work with him in the nets, however, he has a ton of normal ability and he's worked extremely hard," Flower said of Fakhar, who once served in the Navy before swinging to cricket. 

Originating from his experience, being in the Navy and being exceptionally crude when he initially came into the set-up, his system has made considerable progress. In any case, he's still got a great deal of his expectation, and I surmise that is his greatest resource. He demonstrated a great deal of mental quality today." 

Saeed's wasn't the main record to tumble. Pakistan's openers impacted to a world record 304-run stay, with Imam-ul-Haq hitting 113, to set up their innings, the triple hundred association transforming into Pakistan's most prominent for any wicket in One-day Internationals.

It is like manner broke the past record for an opening stand in all internationals, set by Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga for Sri Lanka against England at Headingley in 2006."He had a couple of shots where he may have given it away, notwithstanding, he had a pinch of favorable luck," said Flower.

"In any case, a great deal of times when you play with certainty and grit, the fortunes goes your direction. Caps off to him, it's awesome to see."When the colossal opening association was in the long run snapped, Asif Ali touched base at the wrinkle and instantly went on the assault, crushing 50 from 22 conveyances to help support Pakistan to another record: their most astounding ever add up to in One-day Internationals. 

"The troublesome thing is he's a person who likes scoring square of the wicket, and on the sort of wickets we're playing on it's very difficult to get him out if it's not nipping near," Zimbabwe seamer Donald Tiripano said of Fakhar. 

"You have to ensure you don't give him room, attempt and tuck him up and bowl nearer to off stump. Furthermore, attempt and power him to hit straight, or in the 'V'. What's more, on the off chance that you bowl short he'll hit you square." 

Zimbabwe's reaction never went ahead, and they were fortunate to maintain a strategic distance from a couple of different dishonorable records when they were dumbfounded out in the 43rd for only 155. Zimbabwe's 244-run overcome was their second heaviest in ODIs, and they evaded that catastrophe just through a 69-run 6th wicket remain between Elton Chigumbura and Tiripano. 

In any case, that was tantamount to it got for the hosts, with leg-spinner Shadab Khan taking 4-28 as Pakistan wrapped up the innings having scarcely broken a sweat. The fifth and last match will happen at a similar scene on Sunday with Pakistan hoping to finish a 5-0 clear.