Watch Video: Sarfaraz Ahmed’s Emotional Celebration After Incredible Century Vs New Zealand

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Watch Video: Sarfaraz Ahmed’s Emotional Celebration After Incredible Century vs New Zealand

Pakistan’s veteran wicketkeeper-batter Sarfaraz Ahmed produced a valiant display of batting on Friday as he reached his fourth Test century during the fifth and final day of the second match against New Zealand.

Sarfaraz, who had made his return to Pakistan’s Test XI after over three years in the series, displayed consistent performances with the bat across both games; across all four innings, he registered 50+ scores.

Sarfaraz reaches his century in 135 balls with a crisp off drive against Matt Henry as the sparse crowd cheered their hometown batter with loud chants of ‘Saifee, Saifee’ from the stands.

As soon as Sarfaraz reached the milestone, he produced an ecstatic celebration, punching the air, as well as the ground.

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Speaking after the match, Ahmed, who topscored for the hosts with a counter-attacking 118, said, ” I was part of the team for four years and despite not getting chances here I was continuing to play well elsewhere. Wanted an opportunity from Allah and got it. I was very tensed in the first Test, but the boys and captain gave me confidence.”

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Sarafaraz Ahmed starred with a gutsy century as Pakistan held their nerves to draw the second Test against New Zealand at the National Stadium in Karachi.

Chasing a target of 139, Pakistan had resumed their innings at 0/2 on the final day as Abdullah Shafique and nightwatchman Mir Hamza were dismissed after New Zealand’s brave declaration. The hosts lost three wickets in the first session before Sarfaraz Ahmed and Saud Shakeel put on a strong partnership.

Pakistan seemed to edge closer to the win after Sarfaraz scored his fourth Test ton. However, the hosts lost four wicket in the final session, including Sarfaraz (118), putting New Zealand back in the driver’s seat. But, there was more drama in store as Pakistan’s last pair, Naseem Shah and Abrar Ahmed, took the game to the Kiwis bowlers, before both teams hugged it out to settle for a draw.

The two-match series ends 0-0 after the first Test had also ended in a stalemate.

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