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The umpire had given out on 99, yet completed the century, Crowley’s storm was seen in Rawalpindi


England’s star batsman Jack Crawley came out to open and batted in a bang from the beginning and scored a century in just 86 balls.

TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Riya Kasana

Updated on: Dec 01, 2022, 1:26 PM IST

On the very first day of the Rawalpindi Test against Pakistan, the England batsmen showed excellent batting performance.  The opening pair of the team got rid of the sixes of the Pakistani bowlers.  Especially Jack Crawley who played a century.  (Gettu Images)

On the very first day of the Rawalpindi Test against Pakistan, the England batsmen showed excellent batting performance. The opening pair of the team got rid of the sixes of the Pakistani bowlers. Especially Jack Crawley who played a century. (Gettu Images)

Crawley had already scored 91 runs in 79 balls before lunch. After this, he did not take much time to complete his century. He completed his 100 runs in 86 balls only. During this, he had scored 19 fours. (Getty Images)

This is Jack Crawley's third century in Test.  This is his second century against Pakistan.  In the year 2020, he played a brilliant inning of 267 runs against Pakistan.  Apart from this, he has also played a century against the West Indies.  (PTI)

This is Jack Crawley’s third century in Test. This is his second century against Pakistan. In the year 2020, he played a brilliant inning of 267 runs against Pakistan. Apart from this, he has also played a century against the West Indies. (PTI)

Jack Crawley came close to the century and survived getting out.  Crawley was given LBW by the umpire on the fourth ball of the 29th over.  Although this did not happen.  Crawley gave a review in which it was clearly visible that the ball was going to miss the stumps.  Two balls later, he completed his century by hitting a four.  (PTI)

Jack Crawley came close to the century and survived getting out. Crawley was given LBW by the umpire on the fourth ball of the 29th over. Although this did not happen. Crawley gave a review in which it was clearly visible that the ball was going to miss the stumps. Two balls after this, he completed his century by hitting a four. (PTI)


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