The field of Johannesburg witnessed many exciting cricketing occasions on Sunday. In the second ODI between Pakistan and South Africa, Pakistan’s opener Fakhar Zaman made the world happy with his batting. Fakhar batted so fast that the corridors of cricket resonated with applause. The special thing is that Pakistan batsmen went out from one end and Fakhar stood at the other end and kept on scoring runs. Fakhar hit a century off 107 balls. He completed his century by hitting a four. During this, he made a brilliant 3 sixes and 12 fours.
It would not be wrong to say how much pressure Fakhar Zaman would have when a wicket fell from one end. Even at a time when there was no boundary for 40 minutes, at this time Fakhar was playing for 46 runs. After this, he hit Fifa and hit Fifty Root.
This is Fakhar’s fifth century in ODIs. The special thing is that he scored this century in his 100th ODI. For 42 overs, Fakhar hit 13 fours and 7 sixes, scoring an unbeaten 139 runs.