Azhar Ali, the right hand batsman of Pakistan cricket team, scored a double century in the county championship held in England.
Azhar Ali became the second Pakistani to score a double century in the current county championship. Earlier, Shaun Masood had scored two double centuries while representing Derbyshire in the county championship.
Azhar Ali, representing Worcestershire County, scored a double century off 328 balls against Leicestershire on Friday. His innings includes 17 fours and a six.
It should be noted that this is Azhar Ali’s first double century in his county career.
Earlier, Azhar Ali prostrated by scoring a century and also adopted the traditional style of Ertugrul Ghazi.