Adelaide Test: Pakistan’s batting line in deep trouble against Australia
Pakistan’s batting once again stumbled and in response to Australia’s 589 runs, Pakistan’s six batsman went pack to pavilion for 96 runs in Adelaide Test.
According to details, Australia started their unbeaten innings with 302 runs on the second day of the second Test match in Adelaide, after adding just 2 runs Marnus Labuschagne Shaheen Afridi clean bold him.
After that, Steven Smith also fell victim to Shaheen Shah Afridi after scoring 36 runs.
However, David Warner continued his brilliant batting and completed his triple century, he was not out for 335, while Matthew Wade also scored 38 and remained not out.
Australia declared their first innings at 589 for three wickets.
Pakistan started its innings with full of disappointments as Imam-ul-Haq dismissed after scoring 2 runs, the irrepressible Warner snaffling the simple chance at gully off the bowling of Mitchell Starc to send Pakistan to the dinner break at 1-3.
Skipper Azhar Ali could not support Sean Masood for too long, and after scoring 9 runs, Pete Cummins fell victim while Sean Masood’s 19-run resistance to the total score of 38 also collapsed. Suffered.
Asad Shafiq 9, Iftikhar Ahmed 10 and Mohammad Rizwan dismissed on 0 for a three-ball duck, Babar Azam 43 and Yasir Shah was on the crease for 4 runs and tomorrow Pakistan will start the day with 6 players out and 96 runs.
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