November 24, 1989, Sachin Tendulkar had scored a Test fifty in 16 years 214 days. He was his first half-century in the Test and at the same time, he became the youngest batsman in the world to bowl a semi-pitch in the Test. In the second Test match between India and Pakistan, Sachin had done this semi-final. This match was played in Faisalabad, Pakistan, between 23-28 November. Playing between the two teams, this match is drawn. India has not won 13 of the last 14 games, neither Pakistan.
On the Cricket of Faisalabad, Pakistan won the toss and invited India to bat first. The Pakistan team has bowlers like Imran Khan, Wasim Akram and Abdul Kadir. The Indian team could only manage 288 runs in the first innings on this wicket. The team has only two half-centuries. The first was Sanjay Manjrekar’s. Who faced 240 balls before being bowled by Naved Anjum, and encouraged 325 minutes, or about five and a half hours, on the crease.
For the first time, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, who went on a foreign tour, also made a half-century in his first Test match. Sachin faced 172 balls and scored 59 runs. He played his first Test match on 15 November. In the first Test in Karachi, Sachin scored 15 runs in the first innings. In the second innings, they did not get the chance to bat.
On the first day of Faisalabad’s wicket, he returned unbeaten on 35 and completed his semi-final on the following day. Manjrekar’s name scored 143 runs for the fifth wicket. The Indian team who was in trouble after losing four wickets at 101 runs At the end, they were 59 runs on the last ball of Imran’s bowling as LBW. It was the first of 264 + the 50s scored in Sachin’s international cricket. After that, he scored 51 hundred and 68 half-centuries in the Test. There were 49 centuries and 96 half-centuries in one day.
But before they were out, they made the word further that they came here. They should have less life but their intentions are strong. The Indian team scored 288 runs in their first innings. Imran and Waseem took three wickets each. Saleem Zaheer and Naved Anjum took one and two wickets on that wicket. In reply to India’s 288, Pakistan team scored 423 runs. Pakistan made an imposing 135-run lead on the penultimate day of Aamir Malik’s century and a fine half-century by King Salim Malik. In the second innings, Mohammad Azharuddin made 109 runs by the Indian team. After that Manoj Prabhakar 54 and Kapil Dev scored 49 runs.