KARACHI: Discarded talented batsman Fawad Alam scored a double-ton and
former Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed smashed a century as Sindh
scored 486 in the first innings of their clash with Southern Punjab at
the National Stadium Karachi.
According to details, Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match is almost to end in a
draw, with Southern Punjab taking a 31-run lead into the second
innings after scoring 517-9.
Fawad’s 211 and Sarfaraz’s 131 were the saving graces for Sindh as
they battled to save the game.
Skipper Bilawal Bhatti led from the front for the Punjab side and claimed 4-82.