Quaid-e-Azam Trophy: Sohaib Maqsood scores unbeaten 222 in SSG-UBL draw

Pakistan center request batsman Sohaib Maqsood scored his first-since forever twofold ton in a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy coordinate on Tuesday.

The 29-year-old, who is speaking to UBL in the competition, took 212 balls to score 222 keeps running before the four-day coordinate against SSGC was drawn.

SSGC, in the wake of being sent into bat initially, scored 291 keeps running in their first innings politeness Fawad Alam’s 108 off 194 balls. Mir Hamza sacked seven wickets for UBL.

In their answer, UBL saw hundreds of years from Umair Khan and Akbarur Rehman while Sohaib went ahead to score a lady twofold ton.

In another drawn match amongst KRL and NBP, three centuries were scored by previous’ Abdul Rehman Muzammil (170), Saeed Anwar Jr (108) and last’s Usman Salahuddin (108).

The match amongst WAPDA and HBL was likewise finished in a stalemate with previous scoring 361 in the primary innings civility tons from Salman Butt and Mohammad Saad. HBL’s answer was 269 while with toward the end of day four, WAPDA were 90-1.

The main result left the match amongst PIA and SNGPL where the last beat the previous by six wickets.

In the wake of being welcome to bat to begin with, PIA could oversee 280. SNGPL answered with 313 runs and packaged the restriction out for 189 in their second innings. With a 157-run focus on the board, SNGPL accomplished the objective in 34.4 overs for the loss of four wickets

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