Zimbabwe vs Pakistan, world record created in 4th ODI

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Pakistan have managed to go past then highest opening partnership of 287, as Pakistan managed to get 304 runs un their opening stand before Zimbabwe got the first wicket in the match. And Pakistan created the history as they go past their then highest score of 385 runs as they end up on 399.

Fakhar Cameo

Pakistan have the advantage of having Fakhar Zaman in their team as he can hit big six and can play big inning too and what we have seen in this match is that he has the passion to change the game for his side at the any point, Pakistan was batting with the run rate of just 4+ in their first 8 overs but Fakhar same to manage to change the shape of the match.

He hit Pakistan first ever double hundred and made a record to registered it in style, he was the hero of the match, didn’t look panick at any point and easily made his first ever double hundred as it was Pakistan’s first ever double hundred by any batsman too. Imam ul Haq batted too as he also hit his 3rd hundred in the match and manage to beat world record of opening stand in international match

Asif Ali hits his first ever ODI fifty as well in no time, as Pakistan find a special hitter in their batting lineup.

Zimbabwe could not be able to stop Fakhar Zaman by making his double hundred, it was too easy to get there as the body language of the batsman was as solid as his presence of mind, there were plenty of balls to get his double ton as Zimbabwe bowlers could not make any difference there. 

Pakistan people came to appreciate Fakhar Zaman

Everyone was busy to tweet what they have achieved today, people loving the way Fakhar made them happy and cheerish, he also broke the record of Saeed Anwar who made 194 runs against India, and also broke the record of Imran Nazir who was the player who made highest runs 160 runs against Zimbabwe.

Here are some tweets from the twitter

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