“No 10 wickets for Abrar!!!” Twitter reacts as debutant Abrar Ahmed takes 7 wickets against England in the ongoing Multan Test

Abrar Ahmed returned with the figures of 7/122 in first innings.

Fans on Twitter hail Pakistan debutant Abrar Ahmed for taking a seven-wicket haul in the ongoing second Test against Pakistan in Multan. They were hopeful that the spinner would take ten wickets and expressed their disappointment with the spinner not having achieved the feat.

Abrar Ahmed’s seven-wicket haul helps Pakistan bundle out England for 281 runs 

Pakistan and England are currently locking horns in the second Test of the series. The hosts after being asked to bowl first produced a magnificent performance and made a mockery of English batters. But thanks to their aggressive approach they managed 281 runs on the board.

One of the main architects behind Pakistan’s sensational performance on the Day 1 of the game was debutant Abrar Ahmed. The right-arm break bowler produced a magnificent display of spin bowling and exhibited his variations to make a mockery of English batters.


He started with a wicket of Zack Crawley as he trapped him in LBW, then went on to remove the likes of Ben Duckett Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes, and Will Jacks. Abrar returned with the figures of 7/122 and his heroics helped his side bundle out the opposition for just 281 runs.

Talking about the English batting, despite losing the wickets they went hard at the bowling, which powered them to a fighting total. Ben Duckett (63) and Ollie Pope (60) smashed the fifties whereas skipper Stokes (30), Will Jacks (31) and Mark Wood (36*) played fiery knocks to power their score to over 280.

Fans on Twitter react as Abrar Ahmed failed to take 10 wickets in the innings 

As Abrar Ahmed failed to take 10 wickets in the innings, fans on Twitter reacted to it. They expressed their disappointment with the spinner missing the milestone and also lauded him for his superlative bowling performance. Here are some of the reactions:





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