Tuesday, June 25, 2024

England Broke 112 years old record, thanks to the pitch curator

The England team created history in the first Test match of the Test series being played between Pakistan and England. Breaking the 112-year-old record created a new record.

On the first day of the first test in Rawalpindi, the English batsmen put a score of 500 runs on the board, thrashing the Pakistani bowlers. This is the first time in the history of cricket that a team has scored more than 500 runs on the first day of a Test match.

England has become the first team to do so. By the end of the first day’s play, the England team had scored 506 runs for 4 wickets. England won the toss and decided to bat first. The English batsmen made a splash on the first day of the match.

A total of four centuries were scored on the first day of the match. Brook is still on 101, Zak Crawley is on 122, Ben Duckett is on 107, and Ollie Pope is on 108.

At the same time, Pakistan’s leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood got two wickets. Mohammad Ali and Haris Rauf tied 1-1. Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi is not playing in this match.

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