PAK A Claim Their Second Successive || PAK A دعویٰ ان کی دوسری کامیابی

A thanks to Tayyab Tahir’s spectacular century

Pakistan A did have a slight decline after that, going from 121/0 to 187/5. From there, Tahir aided Pakistan A in finding safety. The right-handed batsman took on the opposing bowlers with a counterattack strategy and produced some powerful and precise strikes.

PAK A Claim Their Second Successive || PAK A دعویٰ ان کی دوسری کامیابی

Pakistan A did have a slight decline after that, going from 121/0 to 187/5. From there, Tahir aided Pakistan A in finding safety. The right-handed batsman took on the opposing bowlers with a counterattack strategy and produced some powerful and precise strikes. He hit 12 boundaries and four enormous sixes in his entire innings. The two bowlers that stood out for the Yash Dhull-led team were Riyan Parag (2/24) and Rajvardhan Hangargekar (2/48) respectively. Riyan Parag produced a double-wicket over.

Aside from the opening stand, Tayyab Tahir and Mubasir Khan’s sixth-wicket stand was the only partnership that significantly improved Pakistan A’s performance. Mubasir played the right supporting role while Tayyab took the initiative. Mubasir made 35 out of 47. Omair Yousuf was the first of Parag’s two victims and also scored a run-a-ball 35. It was a disputed judgement because Parag insisted he hadn’t cleanly caught the ball, but the third umpire ruled in favour of India A PAK A Claim Their Second Successive Emerging Asia Cup Beat IND A By 128 Runs.

Pakistan A defeated India A handily by 128 runs in the ACC Men’s Emerging Asia Cup final on Sunday (July 23) at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo, led by Tayyab Tahir’s spectacular century. After winning the toss and choosing to field first, India A was bowled out for just 224 while the Pakistan A team scored 352/8. With a remarkable hundred, Tayyab Tahir was Pakistan A’s standout batsman.

After a 121-run opening stand between Saim Ayub (59) and Sahibzada Farhan (65), during which the Indian bowlers and fielders dominated the game, Pakistan A reached a high of 187/5. However, for the remainder of the first innings, everything revolved around Pakistan A. Pakistan A reached a massive total thanks to a key 126-run partnership between Tayyab Tahir and Mubasir Khan for the sixth wicket.

For India A, Rajvardhan Hangargekar took a few wickets for 48 runs while Riyan Parag took two for 24 runs. Each of Harshit Rana, Manav Suthar, and Nishant Sindhu picked a wicket.

Sai Sudharsan (29) and Abhishek Sharma (61) started off the team well in India’s run-chase. However, once they were on the pitch, Yash Dhull (39), managed to record the lone significant score, with the others giving in to scoreboard pressure due to an increasing needed run rate and a concern that they would have too much work to do at the finish. However, India A was bowled out in 40 overs rather than completing their 50 overs.

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