Fakhar Zaman hopes dollar doesn't break his 210 record

Ever since the PMLN has taken over the PTI government, Pakistan's economical crisis has started. The Dollar also has made significant gains in the market and Pakistani batter Fakhar Zaman worries if it crosses his double-century record. 

The left-handed batter slammed 210 of 156 balls and remained not out versus Zimbabwe in 2018. In the game, the men in green thrashed away the men in red by 244 runs. Taking to his media in the conditioning camp arranged by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Zaman penned out,

"I would like if the dollar doesn't break my 210-run record,"

Fakhar also talked about the recently updated policy for PCB players' Welfare, according to which, the former Test cricketers aged 60 or above will receive a pension raise by 100,000 PKR.

"An increase in the pension of former cricketers is welcome. The welfare of cricketers should be a priority at senior and junior level."

Moreover, he expressed his desire to become the top-scorer in the upcoming three-match ODI series vs West Indies.

“I want to become the top run-scorer in the West Indies series,”


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