Fawad Alam’s Fiery 89 Takes his Team to Lancashire League Semi-Final

Fawad Alam has long been in the news for being ignored by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Selection Committee despite being one of the most consistent run-getters in the domestic circuit. The left-hander is currently in the United Kingdom playing for his team Clitheroe in the Lancashire League T20.

The all-rounder’s team was up against Walsden in the tournament’s quarter-final on July 06, 2018 in which Fawad smashed 89 off just 46 balls, his best score in the Lancashire League T20, to post a total of 256 on the board.

Batting first, Fawad Alam shared a 142-run stand with Peter Dibb, who went on to score an unbeaten 105 from 58 balls. The Pro category player hit 4 sixes and 13 fours in his impressive knock.

Lancashire League T20 2018 Quarter Final Stats

The opponent team was bowled out for 190 in 19 overs with Fawad Alam displaying his all-round abilities by claiming 2 wickets. Clitheroe stormed into the semi-final of the tournament following their victory over Walsden by 66 runs.

T20 2018 Quarter Final Walsden innings Stats

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Fawad Alam has lived up to the expectations as a consistent scorer even in the English conditions, however, against the second-grade teams.

In the previous league game against Accrington, Fawad Alam helped his team chase a target of 145 with his belligerent half-century (63 off 42).

Even before that, Fawad smacked an aggressive 49 while also claiming 2 wickets to down East Lancashire by 7 wickets.

In the 13 matches Fawad has played this season, he has scored 601 runs, including 7 fifties, at an average of 66.77 and a strike rate of 149.87. In addition, the all-rounder has 22 wickets to his name at an astonishing average of 12.04 and an economy rate of 5.55 with best of 4-5.

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