PTV STRUGGLING AGAINST ZTBL

ISLAMABAD: PTV were left struggling to save the Quaid-i-Azam Trophy match against ZTBL as after conceding 160 runs first innings lead they reached 207 for 5 at draw of stumps on the penultimate day at the Pindi Stadium.At the close of play Saturday, PTV were just 47 runs ahead with five of their second innings wickets and a day to spare.Scores: PTV 158 all out in 55.3 overs (Muhammad Irfan Jr. 35, Saud Shakeel 25, Hasan Mohsin 24, Imran Khan 4-54...

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