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'Pr Yar Bhaijaan Humare Bowlers to 150+ Fekte hai' - Fans troll Pakistan bowlers as Kane Williamson smashes a double Ton against hosts

The fans took to Twitter to lavish praises on Kane Williamson and subsequently they also trolled the Pakistani team for trailing by a massive

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Former New Zealand skipper and veteran batter Kane Williamson has made it to the headlines of the cricketing world once again with his batting brilliance. The 32-year-old smashed a brilliant double ton against Pakistan in the Karachi Test with a knock of 200 runs including 21 boundaries and a six to his name.

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Notably, it’s also the fifth double century of the former Kiwi skipper in the longest format of the game. This amazing knock from the Tauranga-based batting prodigy drew various reactions from cricket fans. Some of the fans appreciated his batting excellence whereas others took a sly dig at the Pakistan bowling attack which is dubbed as one of the best pace attacks in the World.

The fans took to Twitter to lavish praises on Kane and subsequently they also trolled the Pakistani team for trailing by a big margin in home conditions.

Here’s how fans reacted to Kane Williamson:

Speaking of the latest update of the ongoing Karachi Test, the hosts are trailing by 124 runs in the second innings. They scored 50 runs for the loss of Abdullah Shafique’s wicket in 20 overs. Earlier, Tim Southee’s men posted a mammoth total of 612 runs for the loss of nine wickets before the declaration of the inning.

Other than Kane Williamson’s outstanding double century, the Kiwi opener Tom Latham also scored smashed a century and scored 113 runs including 10 boundaries alongside Devon Conway’s 92 run-knock. Lower-order batter Ish Sodhi also showed some hands in batting as he scored a half-century of 65 runs with 11 boundaries to his name.

Earlier in the first innings, Pakistan managed to post a total of 438 runs, thanks to the brilliant tons of 161 and 103 runs from skipper Babar Azam and number seven batter Agha Salman. Former skipper and veteran batter Sarfaraz Ahmed also played a knock of 86 runs with nine boundaries in his comeback Test.

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