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Edinburgh: The national team’s all-round batsman, Pakistan, left a ball with the fastest record record. In T-T20 match against Scotland, he completed 50 balls in 22 balls, Akhtar Akmal has a record record in the match against Australia in just 21 balls in 2010, Mohammad Hafeez is now ranked third in the list, 23 balls for his injury against India. Just what

Pakistan beat Scotland by 48 runs in the first Test match. Pakistan bowled first and made 204 runs for 4 wickets in the 20 overs in reply, in which Scotland scored 156 runs at 6 wickets in fixed overs. George Mansi and Kyle Quitzer scored 53 runs from Scotland, captain Kyle scored 31 runs for Mohammad Nawaz, in the innings of Manasse’s wicket Hassan Ali, he took 25 runs out after which Shadab Khan The hosts increased the difficulties of the host team by showing the path of the pallilion to two players.

Richie Barrington, who came for the third position, proved to be only 3 runs, and Colm McLeud’s innings remained limited to 12 runs. Moody order batsman Dalan Bri tried to resist but Mohammad Aamir scored 24 runs. Closed. Michael Lacquet and Matthew Cross scored 43 runs for the sixth wicket by scoring the scoring board, but Hassan Ali dismissed the partnership by sending the pallil to Pallin, who made 13 runs, while Michael Lacce 37 runs Getting out

Earlier, the national team captain Sarfraz Ahmed won the toss and decided to bat first. Fakhrirman and Ahmed Shehzad made 33 runs for Pakistan, but Ahmed Shehzad scored 14 runs in the fourth over and went to Pallin. Hussein Talat came to bat on third and with only Fakhrmanman, only 13 runs Fakhrirman, who had scored his wicket, was able to score 21 runs after which captain Sarfraz Ahmed came to bat himself and Hussein joined the lead with 41 runs, but Hussain Talwat returned to Pelin after making 18 runs. Have gone back

Captain Sarfraz with Shoaib Malik set 96 runs aggressive partnership for the fourth wicket, while both the batsmen completed their half-century, Shoaib Malik played 53 runs on 27 balls. His innings included 5 sixs. Captain Sarfraz played his innings innings with 89 runs in the first innings of the first innings. He scored 89 runs in the first innings.

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