Pakistan's Abid Ali hit double century, team scored 473 runs
Thanks to his career best 249 * runs, Abid Ali has raised his team Sindh to a score of 473-5 by the end of the second day's game against Baloch. The 31-year-old hitter hit 26 fours while staying at the crease for 712 minutes, allowing Sindh to score 473 for 5 before declaring his innings.
After putting on 212 for the opening wicket with Khurram Manzoor on Saturday, Abid added 97 for a 158-ball unbeaten sixth wicket with Sarfraz Ahmed, who scored an unbeaten 44. Yes Shah, who bowled 47 overs, took three wickets. While Khurram Shehzad and Imran Farhat took one wicket each.
Sindh scored three bonus points when he reached 301 for 3 in the 110th over. Meanwhile, Balochistan only got a solitary bonus point, as they had chosen only one point.
Brief Score: Sindh 473/5. (Abid Ali 249, Khurram Manzoor 105; Yasir Shah 3-127) Balochistan lost by 457 runs while leading 16