Imad Wasim hit an unbeaten century when Pakistan began his tour of England on Saturday with 100 victories over Kent.
All-rounder 117 is not, his career-best list of A scores,
it represented 13 four and four six.
That was the cornerstone of Pakistan who commanded 358 for
Seven of 50 overs in Beckenham windswept and it turned out too much
makeshift Kent party.
Fakhar Zaman, star of the Pakistani Party who won 2017
Champions Trophy in England, 76 and Haris Sohail 75.
Kent then collapsed to 258 all with more than five overs
the remaining answer, the left-handed cone of Imran Qayyum, who took four to 45 of his
10 overs max. Pakistan continues their journey with county matches
Northamptonshire and Leicestershire on Mondays and Wednesdays.
They then play England in a one-time Twenty20 International in Cardiff a week on Sunday before facing 50-over World Cup hosts – which begins next month – in the first of five day-long international tournaments at the Oval on May 8. t