Watch: Azhar Ali gets out on 37.9 mph delivery in a hilarious fashion off Kraigg Braithwaite

West Indies requires 280 runs to win the 2nd Test.

Pakistan is currently playing in the 2nd and final game of the Test series. And, the hosts require 280 runs to win. They have lost only one wicket at a score of 49 runs. But, Pakistan bowlers have shown good performance with the ball and they will look to restrict the opponent in order to win the game and finish the Test series on a draw. There were several scintillating instances that happened on the field. But, what caught the highlight was the dismissal of Azhar Ali off Craig Braithwaite.

West Indies won the toss and elected to field first in the 2nd Test. They dismissed Pakistan for a score of 302 runs for a loss of 9 wickets. Fawad Alam scored an amazing fifty with his willow and guided his side into a comfortable position in the match. And, West Indies batsmen failed poorly in the 1st innings and collapsed at team total of 150 runs.

Azhar Ali Gets Out on The slowest of a delivery in 2nd Test

In the 2nd innings, Pakistan declared at a score of 176 runs for a loss of 6 wickets. Opener Imran Butt and Babar Azam scored well in their thirties for the side. They played a valuable knock and played some beautiful strokes during their small but important knock.

Meanwhile, Azhar Ali, Pakistan’s middle-order batsman got out in a hilarious fashion. West Indies spinner Kraig Braithwaite bowled a slow delivery that clicked 37.7 km/hr. The eyes of the right-handed batsman lit up and he tried to sweep it for a boundary But, he ended up kicking the ball that went high in the air. In the end, Blackwood ended up taking a sitter, who was standing in the short third man region.

It was a hilarious thing to watch an international player getting out on such an easy delivery. And, netizens trolled Pakistan middle-order batsman for his poor stroke play against in the 2nd innings.

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Jasvinder Singh
I am Jasvinder Singh, a content specialist editor at Kheltalk, who is a sports enthusiast. I try to cover every cricket game being played on the planet. For me, sports is not limited to just writing but also playing it on the field as well.
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