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Aus vs Pak: Iceland Cricket trolls Imam-ul-Haq after failure in second Test


Pakistan opener Imam-ul-Haq has once again failed to score runs for the team after being added in team’s setup for the ongoing second Test affair against Australia at The Adelaide Oval. The batsman was given a chance to showcase his mettle and to make up for his previous failures in the game and instead, he disappointed everyone by getting out cheaply.

Aus vs Pak: Iceland Cricket trolls Imam-ul-Haq after failure in second Test
Imam-ul-Haq

He couldn’t justify his selection right as he managed to chip in with single-digit scores of 2 and 0 in first and second innings respectively. It should be noted that Imam-ul-Haq came in as a replacement of Haris Sohail in the team and things didn’t go well for him.

His failure to score runs is haunting him like hell and he just needs some confidence to get right back on track. Upon observing Imam’s string of failures of late, Iceland Cricket took this as an opportunity to troll the batsman. Iceland Cricket Twitter handle came up with a tweet trolling the left-handed batsmen for his consistent failures in Test cricket.

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The Twitter cited Australian opener David Warner’s stellar performance in the ongoing Test series as he has amassed 489 runs in his last two Test innings which is exactly four more than what Imam has managed to score his “entire Test career”.

The Pakistan opener hasn’t really made a mark in Test cricket as he has scored 485 runs to his name in his short Test career. He featured for the team in 21 innings in 11 Test matches.

“David Warner has scored more runs in his last two innings than Imam-ul-Haq has scored in his entire test career. #AUSvPAK,” Iceland Cricket tweeted trolling Imam-ul-Haq.

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