Kamran Akmal hits a boundary through the off-side to bring up a 100-run partnership with Misbah-ul Haq, as Pakistan continued their fightback on the fourth Day of the third and final Test against India.
He then brought up his half-century courtesy a streaky boundary through the gully region. The Pakistan wicketkeeper, who again proved a hard nut to crack, scored his fifty, which included ten boundaries, off 83 deliveries.
Pakistan, replying to India’s first innings total of 626, were dismissed for 537 just before tea. India were 131 for 2 at close in their second innings, a lead of 220 runs.
India conceded a record 76 extras, the previous mark being 71 by the West Indies.
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