Unique batting stance from Fawad Alam in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy

Fawad is struggling with his form within the tournament.


The ousted Pakistani cricketer Fawad Alam has give you a singular batting stance which has shocked everybody round within the cricketing fraternity. Within the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, the first-class cricket in Pakistan, the cricketer displayed a hilarious stance much like the legend of West Indies Shivnarine Chanderpaul. Fawad although couldn’t muster runs along with his new stance and was dismissed early.

Fawad is main Sui Southern Gasoline Company aspect within the event and is striving laborious to make a comeback within the nationwide aspect. He has captained the workforce properly and they’re on the high of the factors desk within the pool A of the competitors. Nonetheless, Fawad himself has been unable to steer the workforce from the entrance and has solely scored 225 runs in eight innings at a mediocre common of 32.14. Although he has smashed a century and a half-century, he has lacked consistency and would love to come back again in kind quickly.


What about his batting stance?

The world cricket has already seen a totally completely different batting stance from Chanderpaul. However Fawad Alam now has the weirdest of stances along with his toes pointing nowhere. Within the sport in opposition to Sui Northern Gasoline Pipeline Restricted (SNGPL), he was discovered leaving all his three wickets open for a bowler to goal. Although he went on to play on the supply manner exterior his off-stump off the bowling of Hussain Talat and edged it to the gully fielder Ali Waqas on simply 10.

His workforce misplaced their first match of the season in opposition to SNGPL by eight wickets because the match winded up in simply two days on Sunday. Batting first Alam led aspect was bowled out for simply 129 in 40 odd overs. In reply, SNGPL too might solely muster 144 and took a mere 5 run lead. Nonetheless, Sui Southern aspect fared even worse of their second try and had been skittled out for a paltry whole of 74. The required goal was chased down with out a lot fuss by SNGPL and gained the match handsomely by eight wickets.


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