by: Syed Athar Abbas (Athar G)TN Sports News:
In the first innings of the Karachi Test, young spinner Abrar Ahmed created a new record in Pakistan cricket.
Abrar Ahmed has become the highest wicket-taker of Pakistan in the first two Tests. Abrar Ahmed is playing the second Test of his career in Karachi, the young spinner has taken 15 Test wickets so far. Earlier, Fazal Mehmood had taken 14 wickets in the first two Test matches of his career.
Abrar Ahmed took 11 wickets in the Multan Test against England and 4 wickets in the first innings in Karachi. India’s Narendra Hirwani has taken 24 wickets in total in two Tests. On the second day of the third test match, Pakistan scored 21 runs without any loss in the second innings, and England has a lead of 29 runs.
On the second day, the England team got out by scoring 354 runs, Harry Brooke and Ben Fox were outstanding by scoring 111 runs and 64 runs on behalf of England, and Noman Ali and Abrar Ahmed scored 4 and 4 players on behalf of the national team.