LAHORE: Middle-order batsman Fawad Alam has said that his mother had said that he would score a century in the second match against West Indies.
Fawad Alam scored 124 in the first innings of the second Test against the West Indies and remained unbeaten while the national team declared their first innings at 302 for nine. National batsman Fawad Alam said that our goal is to get the West Indies out as soon as possible. Talking, Fawad Alam said that today’s innings is named after his parents. Fawad Alam said that he had talked to his mother on the phone before the match. And my father also wanted me to score a century in the West Indies. With my mother’s prayers, every difficulty becomes easier.
The national batsman said that the wicket of Sabina Park was not easy and neither was the weather, the heat and confinement on the first day of the match was very high. He said that there are ups and downs in life but my father always encouraged me. I am lucky that in difficult times my family always encouraged me. My father always told me to stick to my time. Will definitely come. Regarding the style of celebrating after the century, Fawad Alam said that this style of celebration has been adopted inspired by the famous Turkish drama serial Ertugul Ghazi. Decided, we have both decided to adopt this style when making a century.