He makes hundreds during the day, acting in the afternoon and modeling in the evening

Web Desk. The second day of the Harare Test between Pakistan and Zimbabwe was played in the name of Pakistani batsmen, but this performance is also being discussed on social media.

Not only the performance of Fawad Alam, who scored a century for Pakistan but also Babar Azam, who was named the best batsman in the ICC ODI rankings, is a topic of discussion.

However, Babar Azam is not mentioned for scoring a century, half a century, or good batting but for getting a ‘Golden Duck’.

Commenting on Fawad Alam’s performance, user Daniel Alexander writes, “Pakistani selectors have been ignoring Fawad Alam for the last 10 years. This is the biggest mystery in the history of cricket.

 

 

Mazhar Arshad wrote an observer of cricket statistics, “In the last 55 years, Fawad Alam has become the first batsman to turn the first four fifties of his Test career into centuries, that’s what John Edrich did before in 1966.”

 

 

A user named Fawadism wrote, “Fawad Alam destroyed the periodic table because only Fawad Alam knows the element called ‘surprise’.”

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Commenting on Fawad Alam’s return to Test cricket after a long absence, Sports Reporter Abdul Ghaffar writes, “Fawad Alam is back in Test cricket after 11 years, with seven Tests, 423 runs, three centuries and an average of 40, Bow down for Fawad Alam.

 

 

While people discussed Fawad’s performance, some users seemed to shed light on other aspects of his life. A Twitter user Shah Jee, writes, “This guy makes centuries during the day, acting on television in the afternoon and modeling in the evening. Fawad Alam, a man of universal abilities.

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