2 Pakistani batsmen reached the same end, seeing this run out, you will not be able to stop your laugh – 3319462


The video of this run out is being shared widely on social media (Photo-AP)

Pak Vs ZIM: Pakistan batting first scored 281 for eight wickets. For the team, Haris Sohail scored 71 and Imam ul Haq scored 58 runs.

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  • Last Updated:November 1, 2020, 9:56 AM IS

Rawalpindi. International cricket is being played in Pakistan for the first time during the infection of Coronavirus. Pakistan won by 26 runs in the first match of the ODI series against Zimbabwe. More talk of Pakistan’s victory in this match is being run out of Inam-ul-Haq. A run out that you will not be able to stop laughing. This video of the run out is becoming quite viral on social media.

How is this run out?
This was the 26th over of Pakistan’s innings. On the batting front were Imam-ul-Haq and Haris Sohail. While holding the responsibility of bowling, Alexander Raza of Zimbabwe. Imam ul played Raza’s ball towards the backward point. Non-striker Sohail, standing at the end, ran for a run. The Imam also indicated him to run away. But after running three or four steps, the Imam felt that he would not be able to complete the run. In such a situation, he started returning to his crease, but Sohail did not stop. So both the batsmen reached the same end. After this, it seemed that there was a competition to reach the crease between the two. Even after applying full strength, the Imam could not reach the crease.

Video went viralVideos of this run out are being shared widely on social media.

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Pakistan’s victory
Batting first, Pakistan scored 281 for eight wickets. For the team, Haris Sohail scored 71 and Imam ul Haq scored 58 runs. Blessing Mujarbani and Tendai Chisoro took two wickets each from Zimbabwe. In response, Zimbabwe’s team reached close to the target thanks to the centuries of Brendan Taylor (112) and the innings of Wesley Madhvere (55) and Craig Irwin (41), but Afridi (five wickets for 49) and Wahab (41 runs) Four wickets) finally reduced the visiting team to 255 runs in 49.4 overs.


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