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“Thought T20 WC is over,” Twitter reacts as Zak Crawley scores ton in just 86 balls against Pakistan in Rawalpindi Test

Zak Crawley smashed the fastest hundred for English opener in Tests.

Fans on Twitter reacted after English opener Zak Crawley continues his dream run against Pakistan in the ongoing Rawalpindi Test and scored a ton in just 86 balls against Pakistan. They gave hilarious reactions and reminded the batter that T20 World Cup is over and he needs to slow down.

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Zak Crawley smashed a ton in 86 balls against Pakistan in the first Test in Rawalpindi

Zak Crawley has been making the most of his opportunity in the ongoing first Test against Pakistan in Rawalpindi. He took England off the flyer and has put on the show for ages with the bat.

After England opted to bat first, Crawley asserted his authority right from the first over and smashed 14 runs against Naseem Shah. After that he didn’t look back and activated the T20 mode, smashing boundaries for fun.

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Crawley completed his fifty off just 38 balls and helped England score 174 runs in the first session. After the lunch break, he continued his carnage on the Pakistan bowling lineup and made them look ordinary.

The right-hander completed his century in just 86 balls and silenced all the critics. Notably, he has a staggering record against Pakistan as in three innings he has scored 425* runs at an average of 212.5.

Crawley’s 86-ball hundred against Pakistan is the fastest by an English opener in Test. He surpassed Graham Gooch, who scored a hundred in 96 balls against India in 1990.

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Fans on Twitter react as Zack Crawley smashes 86-ball ton against Pakistan in the first Test 

As Zak Crawley smashes an 86-ball ton against Pakistan in the first Test, fans on Twitter reacted to it. They hilariously reminded the batter that T20 World is over and he’s playing Test cricket. Here are some of the reactions:

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