LAHORE: Legendary batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq has termed the victory of host Pakistan in the first Test match against South Africa as a result of teamwork.
Former national cricket team captain Inzamam-ul-Haq says that Babar Azam showed excellent captaincy in the match, not even for a moment did he feel that he was performing the duties of captaincy in the Test match for the first time.
Inzamam-ul-Haq said that after returning to cricket after injury and then leading the Test team for the first time, there was pressure on Babar Azam. In such a situation, the importance of the toss increased but Babar Azam remained steadfast, despite losing the toss. He congratulated Babar Azam on his full resistance
The former chief selector of the national team said that the field position maintained by Babar Azam during the match was a reflection of his leadership abilities. In the first innings of the match, Fawad Alam scored a magnificent century, he is well aware of the pitch and conditions here.
The former legendary batsman said that Fawad Alam has extensive experience of playing in National Stadium Karachi, he has scored ten centuries in first-class cricket here, the partnership of Fawad Alam and Azhar Ali proved to be the turning point in Pakistan’s first innings. ۔ He said that how these two batsmen used their experience to get Pakistan out of the whirlpool of difficulties after losing four wickets for 27 runs was commendable.
Inzamam-ul-Haq says that he congratulates Noman Ali on taking five wickets in an innings during his debut Test match. ۔ He bowled consistently on a certain line, causing rival batsmen to make mistakes and lose wickets.