Monday, January 28, 2013

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Sarfraz, Gul spur Asian nation revival against Sturmarbeiteilung invite XI

EAST LONDON, African nation – Wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed and gap bowler Umar Gul spurred a robust showing by the road Pakistani team on the second day of their four-day match against a South African invite XI at Buffalo Park on Saturday.



Ahmed hit ninety three and Gul created forty nine because the tourists recovered from their nightlong 178 for 6 to achieve 329 all out. Gul then took 2 early wickets to place the invite XI besieged. They reached 213 for seven at the advance their solely preparation match before the primary check against African nation beginning in city on weekday.

Ahmed, 25, a former Under-19 World Cup winning captain whose solely check look was against Australia in Hobart last year, side eighty one for the seventh wicket with Gul.

Although Saeed Ajmal fell quickly to the second new ball, Ahmed had partnerships of forty five for the ninth wicket with Junaid Khan and forty nine for the last wicket with Mahound Irfan before he was last man out, caught on the boundary off Harmer.

He long-faced 161 balls and hit twelve fours and a six. Off-spinner Harmer finished with 5 for eighty eight.

The left-handed Vaughn van Jaarsveld hit associate degree aggressive ninety two for the invite XI before he was leg before wicket to off-spinner Saeed Ajmal.

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