Fawad Alam hammered yet another first-class century – the 31st of his illustrious career allowing Sindh to reach 476-9 declared on the second day of their second-round match in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Fawad hit eight fours and a single six during his fantastic innings as he remained unbeaten at 100.
The unorthodox left-hander’s brilliant stay at the crease was helped by solid support from tail-ender Mir Hamza (15*) as the duo put on 108 for the tenth-wicket unbroken stand. Fawad was batting on 25 when Sindh lost their ninth wicket as left-arm pacer Hamza came out to bat.
Stubborn resistance from Hamza then ensured Fawad had the requisite support to keep attacking on the other end and keep the score ticking along. Fawad’s stunning ton has catapulted his career average to a mammoth 56.38.