Haider Ali Scores His Maiden Double-Century in First-Class Cricket [Video]

Haider Ali Scores His Maiden Double-Century in First-Class Cricket [Video]
Haider Ali Scores His Maiden Double-Century in First-Class Cricket [Video]
Haider Ali Scores His Maiden Double-Century in First-Class Cricket [Video]

Haider Ali, Pakistan’s promising young cricketer, responded to his detractors by smashing his maiden first-class double-century in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match between Northern and Central Punjab.

The 21-year-old, who is widely regarded as a limited-overs player, demonstrated his talent in the long format with a superb inning. On his return to first-class cricket after more than a year and a half, Haider scored 206 runs off 221 balls, including 26 fours and four sixes.

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The flamboyant young batter scored runs all over the field as he destroyed the Central Punjab bowling unit, which included Waqas Maqsood, Usman Qadir, and Ahmed Safi Abdullah.

On day 2 of the four-day match, Haider’s outstanding knock helped Northern to a massive total of 445/8 in the first innings. Northern is still looking for their first win of the season, and with the addition of international stars Haider Ali and Haris Rauf, they are in a strong position to take home the most points from this match.

Haider has played eight first-class matches and has scored two centuries, three half-centuries, and one double-century in his brief career. In 15 first-class innings, he has scored 858 runs at an average of 57.2.

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