Saeed Anwar was one Pakistani batsman for whom conditions did not make a difference much.
Whether it was the skip of Australian wickets or the cloudy English setting, Anwar was maybe as great on the front-foot as he was playing the shorter-length conveyances.
Here, the left-gave virtuoso demonstrates his full range against Sri Lanka at the 2000 Champions Trophy.
Winning the hurl and batting to start with, Sri Lanka were played out for a unimportant 194 keeps running as Wasim Akram and Azhar Mahmood shared six top-request wickets. In the pursuit, Pakistan traveled to their objective on the back of a brilliant Anwar hundred, the eighteenth of his vocation.
On 99 and with one hurried to win, the opener completed the diversion with a six to achieve his century in style.
“I let him know ‘You’ll be out next diversion on the off chance that you don’t give me a chance to score a hundred’,” Anwar said after the match, uncovering the points of interest of his end-of-over dialog with batting accomplice Yousuf Youhana .