Haseebullah's century gives Shaheens 298: run lead.

LAHORE -- Haseebullah's unbeaten century and half: centuries from Hussain Talat, Mohammad Huraira and Omair Bin Yousuf put Pakistan Shaheens in a commanding position at the close of second day's play of the second four: day match at Mutare Sports Club in Mutare.

According to information made available here Thursday, at stumps, Pakistan Shaheens were 461 for eight in 112 overs as the tourists were leading by 298 runs. Earlier, resuming their first innings at the overnight score of 115 for one in 24 overs, in reply to Zimbabwe A's first innings score of 163 all out, Mohammad Huraira (60 not out) and Omair Bin Yousuf (19 not out) could add only 12 runs to the partnership before Huraira (64, 86b, 9x4s, 1x6) became the first batter to return back to the pavilion.

Right: handed Kamran Ghulam (2, 7b), playing his 46th first: class match, soon followed Huraira as Shaheens were 133 for three in 28.3 overs. Omair was joined by vice: captain Hussain Talat and the pair knitted 84 runs for the fourth wicket. Over the course of the partnership Omair brought up his half: century, but was bowled by Roy Kaia for a 96: ball 65, smashing six fours and one six.

Qasim Akram playing his first match on the tour, joined Hussain and the pair stitched a 66: run partnership for the fifth wicket, before...

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