Ehsan Ali becomes ninth batsman to score triple century in Pakistan’s domestic Quaid-e-Azam Trophy

Karachi, Nov 13 (PTI) Young batsman Ehsan Ali, who was dropped from Pakistan’s team, has become the ninth batsman from the country to score a triple century in the country’s top first-class tournament, the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

Ali has been a part of Pakistan’s T20 team on Bangladesh tour. After this, however, he was dropped from the team.

The player, who represented the Sindh team in domestic cricket, scored an unbeaten 303 off 385 balls in a day-night match against Central Punjab at the Gaddafi Stadium.

The match played with pink ball ended in a draw.

Hanif Mohammad holds the record for making the highest score in Pakistan’s domestic cricket. He scored 499 runs for Karachi in 1958-59.


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