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Pakistani batsman Fawad Alam launched a career-defining century on Wednesday, an achievement that has been in full swing for 11 years.

Cricket: Pakistan must wind down the day in hopes of a draw with New Zealand after the black caps put together a huge second inning.

Pakistani batsman Fawad Alam launched a career-defining test century against New Zealand in Bay Oval on Wednesday.

The tourists found themselves in dire straits on Mount Maunganui and collapsed to 4/75 on 373 runs to score an unlikely fourth innings victory.

But Alam has teamed up with newly appointed captain Mohammad Rizwan to survive 63+ overs at the fold in a difficult 165-strong partnership.

35-year-old Alam nailed his century in 236 deliveries, ending an 11-year drought in test cricket.

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Alam made his Test debut in 2009, plundering a century in the second innings against Sri Lanka.

But the left-handed player was dropped after three games and wasn’t given another test-level opportunity until early this year.

As noted by cricket statistician Andrew Samson, it was the third-longest inter-century drought in testing history.

Fawad Alam: 1. Test one hundred 👉 13. July 20092. Test one hundred 👉 30. December 2020Never give up 💪 Picture. Twitter. com / 3Iu9pvDQ2I

Fawad Alam is a real middle-class batsman. They opened him up on the test debut in SL and he scored 100. In the next series he was put on 3 in New Zealand because the seniors Yousuf & Malik didn’t want to move up. Fawad failed and fell for 10 years. He plays this test because Babar is injured.

I just want to ask those who ignored Fawad Alam for eleven years. Ain’t it a shame It’s not the hundred, just see the meaning, the purpose behind it. Courage, self-confidence & reflects commitment. Don’t answer, but Fawad asks a question anyway. Why was he ignored?

Since its world-class debut in 2003, Alam 12. 724 runs compiled in the longest format in the game.

Alam hit the headlines during the Test series against England in August for his unorthodox batting stance.

As the bowler walks in, Alam faces his opponent before adjusting to a more traditional stance at the last second.

It’s bizarre, no doubt, but the Black Caps couldn’t penetrate his defenses for 269 deliveries.

Alam was eventually removed by New Zealand paceman Neil Wagner for 102 and pushed a short ball to the wicketkeeper.

The dismissal made for an exciting conclusion in Bay Oval. The hosts needed four wickets from the last 22 overs to secure victory.

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