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Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has told opener Imam-ul-Haq to set his own limits after he scored a century in the team’s World Cup clash against Bangladesh at Lord’s on Friday.
Imam scored 100, which came off 100 balls and included seven boundaries, in the match, which Pakistan won by 94 runs.
However, his efforts with the bat weren’t enough to see Pakistan progress to the semi-finals as they needed to beat Bangladesh by over 300 runs.
— Mohammad Hafeez (@MHafeez22) July 6, 2019
“Congratulations Imam-ul-Haq on [your] 100 at Lord’s. A good innings which you will remember always for some good reasons. Set your own limits and stay blessed,” Hafeez said on Twitter.