Australia on Thursday bowled out Pakistani team at 240, despite their solid start, in the first test in Brisbane.
Pakistan batting collapsed after a solid start by openers Azhar Ali and Shan Masood on the opening day of the first Test at the Gabba in Brisbane. Pakistan bowled out for 240 runs in 86.2 overs.
Pakistan who at one stage was 75 without loss, collapsed to 94/5 and lost four wickets for three runs at one point.
Asad Shafiq remained the top-scorer with 76 runs which included seven boundaries.
Skipper Azhar Ali (39), Mohammad Rizwan (37), Shan Masood (27) and Yasir Shah (26) were the other batsmen to have entered double-figures. Australia will start their batting innings on Friday (tomorrow) as stumps was called on day one.
Earlier, Azhar Ali and Shan Masood reached 57 without loss in the opening session. The visitors were 125/5 at tea.
Pakistan had won the toss and chose to bat.