Pakistan's young batsman Abdullah Shafiq is running in amazing form these days. In the first Test match against England being played in Rawalpindi, he made a big bang by scoring a century. He has become the first batsman to score the most runs for Pakistan after 14 Test innings. Before Shafiq, this special record was recorded in the name of former Pakistani batsman Saeed Anwar.

Shafiq broke Saeed Anwar's record

Saeed Anwar scored 774 runs in 14 Test innings for Pakistan at an average of 55.28, while Shafiq scored 850 runs in 14 Test innings at an average of 70.83.

In fact, at present, the first match of the ongoing three-match Test series between Pakistan and England is being played in Rawalpindi from December 1. In the first innings for England in the match where four batsmen scored centuries. In response, three batsmen of the Pakistani team also scored hundreds.

Shafiq hit a century in the first innings

In the first innings, Abdullah Shafiq, while opening the innings for Pakistan, contributed 114 runs in 203 balls, while Imam-ul-Haq managed to score 121 runs in 207 balls and Captain Babar Azam scored 136 runs in 168 balls.

Pakistan needs 263 runs to win

If we talk about the match, England had scored 657 runs in the first innings, while declared the second innings by scoring 264 runs for 7 wickets. England has set a target of 343 runs in front of Pakistan on the fourth day. Now Pakistan needs 263 runs.

Abdullah Shafiq's Test cricket career brilliant

Abdullah Shafiq has played eight Test matches for Pakistan. During this, he has scored 856 runs in 15 innings at an average of 65.85. He also scored 3 centuries and 4 fifties. His personal best batting performance in Test cricket is 160 runs.