The first Day International (ODI) amongst Ireland and Pakistan at Dublin started and finished in a significant sensational manner. Subsequent to winning the hurl, Ireland welcomed Pakistan to bat and in the wake of losing the primary wicket at the score of 17 as their chief Azhar Ali, there was no ceasing for opener Sharjeel Khan. Pakistan’s left-given batsman Sharjeel wound up scoring a radiant 86-ball 152 while Shoaib Malik and debutant Mohammad Nawaz both scored half-hundreds of years. Their exertion helped Pakistan post a major aggregate of 337 for 6 in 47 overs. In answer, Irish batsmen were pulverized under Umar Gul’s pace and Imad Wasim’s twist web as the team gathered eight wickets together to cover the hosts for an insignificant 82. With Pakistan enlisting an immense triumph in this ODI, there were a lot of records revised and on this event, Abhishek Kumar introduces such intriguing measurable highlights from the match.
Ireland vs Pakistan 2nd ODI Match Prediction Who Will Win 20th Aug 2016
Pak to win
Sharjeel finished his hundred in 61 balls and turned into the fourth quickest Pakistani to hit a ton in an ODI. His exertion was second quickest by a batsman other than Shahid Afridi, as initial three speediest hundreds of years by a Pakistani batsman in ODIs are all scored by Afridi (37-ball century versus Sri Lanka in 1996, 45-ball century versus India in 2005 and 53-ball century versus Bangladesh in 2010).
Sharjeel’s 152 is the third most noteworthy individual score by a Pakistani batsman in an ODI after Saeed Anwar’s 194 versus India in 1997 and Imran Nazir’s 160 versus Zimbabwe in 2007.
Sharjeel finished his 150 in 85 balls and that makes him third quickest batsman to score a 150 in an ODI after AB de Villiers’ 64-ball 150 versus West Indies in 2015 and Shane Watson’s 83-ball 150 versus Bangladesh in 2011.
Sharjeel hit nine sixes in his thump of 152 and this is the most number of sixes hit by any Pakistani batsman in an ODI. He likewise hit 16 fours in his thump and this is the second most number of fours hit by any Pakistani batsman in an ODI after Saeed Anwar’s 22 fours versus India in 1997.