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  • 26 June 2019
    导出博客文章Pakistans rise to No. 1 on the Test rankings seems improbable considering two
    years ago - in August 2014 - they had been in sixth place.It was a time when
    Misbah-ul-Haq had found himself surrounded. Up on the Galle Fort was a 40-foot
    tall Mahela Jaywardene, frozen as he was celebrating a hundred. In front of
    Misbah was Rangana Herath, making him spontaneously combust if he even thought
    about such feats.The Pakistan captain ended the tour with a high score of 31 and
    an average of 16.75. Soon, he lost his biggest match-winner, Saeed Ajmal,
    because of an illegal bowling action. And Australia, then the world leaders in
    Tests, were about to visit for a two-match series.Thats when everything started
    to change. Misbah smashed the then joint-fastest Test century. He wasnt Tuk Tuk
    anymore. He was tick, tick, boom! Pakistan found a Lionel Messi lookalike, who
    had magic in his hands instead. They had Younis Khan batting like the crease was
    his home and bowlers were serving cake. They didnt have a home, but suddenly, it
    seemed they had everything else.Humbling AustraliaPakistan gave up 10 wickets in
    an innings only once in two Tests. They had at least two centurions in each of
    the four innings they batted. They averaged over 80 in the series and scored at
    3.5 per over. Poor Australia, they tended to inflict such statistics on their
    oppositions. It hardly ever works out the other way around.Younis finished his
    against-the-world set of scoring a ton against every Test nation. Azhar Ali
    struck twin hundreds in Abu Dhabi. Misbah became the new Viv Richards. Yasir
    Shah, in his debut series, and Zulfiqar Babar, a 35-year old on his comeback,
    had the Australian batsmen melting into a puddle.After 20 years, Pakistan
    finally won a Test series against Australia, whitewashed them 2-0 for good
    measure and leapt up from No. 6 to 3 on the rankings.Continuing dominance in the
    UAEBat first, bat big, tag in scoreboard pressure, sit back and enjoy. That has
    more or less become Pakistan birthright in the United Arab Emirates.In 21 Tests
    in the country since March 2009, only four times have they gone without one of
    their batsmen making a hundred. In the first Test of the New Zealand series in
    November 2014, Younis and Misbah made unbeaten ones. Ahmed Shehzad contributed
    176. While setting up a declaration, Mohammad Hafeez made 101 in 130 balls in
    the second innings. A target of 480 in the final innings was well beyond the
    reach of Brendon McCullums team - They played the perfect Test, he said.In the
    third Test in Sharjah, Pakistan and New Zealand found themselves batting when
    chances of a fatal injury on a cricket field had never looked more real. Phillip
    Hughes had been hit by a bouncer in Sydney and died in hospital, and it affected
    players from both teams deeply. McCullum and Kane Williamson left their emotions
    in the dressing room, hit centuries and batted Pakistan out of the
    game.Redemption in BangladeshPakistan have the worst fitness levels, railed the
    PCB chief. Bangladesh beat them 3-0 in the ODIs and 1-0 in the T20Is. The
    returning Ajmal had lost his sting even if he had straightened his bowling
    action. The ineffectiveness seeped into Misbahs Test side as well; they were
    denied by a world record-opening stand between Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes in
    Khulna.Pakistan went into the second Test with frustration mounting back home.
    There were calls to overhaul the entire team and swap the captain with a rubber
    duckie. Misbah made only 9 in the first innings, but around him, Azhar hit 226,
    Younis smashed 148 and Asad Shafiq 107. The team was learning to get by without
    their captain.Yasir then bowled a legbreak that made the world turn. Once he got
    the first breakthrough, Bangladesh were wrapped up in under 50 overs. Its not a
    face-saving win, Misbah said later. It was a team playing to its devastating
    potential. Taming Sri LankaHerath took 23 wickets at home when Pakistan visited
    in 2014. He was given only two on the next trip, in 2015, with a bowling average
    of 109. Pakistan had taken a hammer to Sri Lankas spearhead, knocked him blunt
    and then out. He did not play in the last Test of the series. A Test that
    decided who would win the trophy. A Test in which Pakistan would play so well
    records leapt out of the book and fell prostrate at their feet.Misbah and his
    batsmen put careful thought into each stroke they played; soft hands against
    spin and clear intent while attacking. Every effort was made to reach the pitch
    of the ball and upset an out-of-form Heraths lengths. The plan was clear, the
    execution perfect. Meanwhile, Yasir ended the series with 24 scalps.And, if that
    wasnt enough, Pakistan amassed 382 for 3 to pull off their highest successful
    chase ever with Younis and Shan Masood making light of a final-day pitch and the
    same scoreboard pressure that they use with such great skill. It was a dream
    win, Misbah said after the game. It was a dream win for the fans too, who too
    often had to watch their team spontaneously collapse at the mere mention of the
    word chase.Troubling England at homeThe first Test in Abu Dhabi followed the
    other trend common in Test matches in the UAE - both teams put up gigantic
    first-innings scores but just as the probability of a draw rises and interest in
    the match drops, the narrative changes on its head. Pakistan were bowled out for
    173 in their second innings, debutant Adil Rashid buried memories of 0 for 163
    with 5 for 64 and handed England a target of 99 in fading light. The hosts just
    about held on.But Alastair Cook, having played Englands longest-ever innings in
    Test cricket, of 836 minutes, had to contend with losing the series as his men
    failed to show the same kind of fight in Sharjah. Hafeez struck 151 to wrench
    back the lead England took and the spinners ripped the heart out of the English
    middle order. A come-from-behind win added to their rise as a force in Test
    cricket.Troubling England awayFour Tests in England, where Pakistans spinners
    were not supposed to be effective, and the conditions and bowlers would test
    their batsmen who had dined out on placid pitches.Instead, Yasir picked up 10
    wickets at Lords. Misbahs first innings on English soil amounted to 114 and 10
    push-ups. Everyone was taken aback by Shafiqs defensive technique and they were
    amused by Younis trampoline footwork until he smacked a double-hundred at The
    Oval to help Pakistan level the series.Misbah walked away with his first
    Man-of-the-Series award. Only a year prior, he had to be convinced not to
    retire. But in the heart of London he said he wanted to go on.Pakistan face West
    Indies in the UAE next and travel to New Zealand in November and Australia
    soonafter for a couple of tough tours. So there may not be much time to rest on
    their laurels. Not least because of the questions over where the team would go
    if Misbah and Younis exit stage left.
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