Babar Azam Is Frustrated After Falling Into Tim Southee Trap

On Tuesday, captain Babar Azam was out in the first over without adding to his overnight total of 161. His wicket was claimed by Tim Southee

In the first innings of their Test match against New Zealand on Tuesday in Karachi, Pakistan was declared out for 438

After Pakistan started play on 317-5, middle-order hitter Agha Salman got his first century before being last man out on 103

Without increasing his overnight total of 161, captain Babar Azam was out in the first over of the day

Tim Southee, a fast bowler for New Zealand, completed 350 Test wickets in his 89th match by taking 3-69

The fourth delivery of the day, delivered by fast bowler Tim Southee to wicketkeeper Tom Blundell

pulled an edge off Azam's bat and gave New Zealand a boost

 In his 365-minute innings, Azam scored a six and hit 16 boundaries

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