In a crucial World Cup match against New Zealand, Fakhar Zaman made history by scoring the fastest century for Pakistan. He reached this milestone in just 63 balls, breaking the previous record set by Imran Nazir in 2007.
Fakhar’s brilliant innings included 9 sixes and 7 fours. Pakistan’s captain, Babar Azam, supported him with an unbeaten 47 runs. Rain interrupted the game with Pakistan at 160-1 in 21.3 overs. According to the DLS method, they are 10 runs ahead, putting them in a winning position if the rain persists. Read this DRAP Dismisses Whistleblower Officer Amidst Allegations of Irregularities
Despite some challenges in their bowling performance, Pakistan’s young talent, Wasim Jr, took 3 crucial wickets. With momentum on their side, Pakistan is poised for victory if the rain holds off.” Also read The hanging body of a laborer was found in Thar Coal Block 2