Pakistani Cricketer Abid Ali make a world record of first cricket century (100 scores) in test match.

Pakistan and Sri Lanka continue to bat on the fifth day of the first Test match played at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.

Abid Ali has scored a century in the first match at the beginning of the Test career.

Until now, Pakistan had scored 230 runs in the loss of two wickets.

Babar Azam is on the crease to support Abid Ali and he is also trying to make a century.

After lunch, Azhar Ali was caught out for 36 runs.

Pakistan’s wicket fell at the start of the innings. Sri Lankan bowler Kasun Rajatha was caught out by Sean Masood without any runs.

Detailed score card of the match

Sri Lanka, at the beginning of the day, declared their first innings at 308 for six with a loss of six wickets. Sri Lankan batsman Jaya de Silva completed his century and scored an individual score of 102 runs. Pakistan could not get a wicket on the fifth day.
Remember that the game could not start because of the bad weather and the groundwater. However, on the third day of Friday’s game, only 5.2 overs were possible due to bad weather and low light.

In the second day of the Rawalpindi Test, there was only 18.2 overs. Sri Lanka scored 263 runs at the end of 86.3 overs and six wickets.
The only wicket of the day and the Sri Lankan batting wicket was that of Niroshan Dick Valle who scored 33 runs. His catch was caught on the ball of Shaheen Afridi by Babar Azam in the street.

The Pakistani bowlers took a new ball to take the wicket and they had a breakthrough.

Shaheen Afridi and Naseem Shah have taken two wickets each.