In International cricket, Pakistan’s cricketer Kamran Akmal didn’t really blossom the way he was meant to. However, when it comes to domestic cricket, it is hard to ignore the prowess of the wicket-keeper batsman as he is one of finest performers of this circuit.
Even in the ongoing edition of the prestigious Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, the veteran player is showing his class by going strong for his team Central Punjab. Recently, Kamran Akmal has found himself in an elite company as he became the Asian player with most centuries as a wicket-keeper batsman in first-class cricket. With 31 hundreds, he now only sits behind former Canterbury and Kent player Les Ames who made 51 tons.
During Central Punjab’s contest against Northern team, the Lahore born rescued his unit from a tough situation. Losing 4 wickets for 134, things looked tough for Central Punjab. However, the 37-year old stood tall against all the adversity to share a scintillating 235-run stand with Azhar Ali. Kamran, while registering his century, smashed 157 runs using the aid of 12 fours and 4 sixes. Moreover, he is confident of repeating similar shows in the forthcoming games.