Sarfraz Ahmed played really well on day one of the second Test match of three-match series that was held in Cape Town on Thursday.
He struck nine boundaries, and scored 57 runs and not only regained his form but also helped Pakistan reach a decent score of 156-7 from 54-5.
Sarfraz, along with the other player Sham Masood carried forward the score of the team. Masood scored 44 runs and Sarfraz emerged as a prominent player on day one of the test match.
The openers Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman failed to provide a good push to the Pakistani team another time. Imam made merely eight scores while Zaman played 15 balls to score just a run before he left the team de-tracked at 13-2.
Azhar Ali who is right-handed batsman couldn’t hold himself together against the impressive balling of Duanne Olivier who finished with yet another inspiring figures of 4-48.
Sarfraz and Masood added 60 runs on the sixth wicket to provide Pakistan a space and relaxation for some time. While, Mohammad Amir remained not out at the score of 22.