Pakistan vs Australia 2nd Test Day 2: Australia all out for 145
The second and final Test of the series between Pakistan and Australia is being played in Abu Dhabi. On the second day, Australia’s team, after a spectacular bowling attack, crumbled on 145 runs. Pakistan had scored 282 runs in the first innings and now it has gained 137 runs.
In the first innings of Pakistan, Mohammed Abbas bowled brilliantly and grabbed five wickets. For the third time, Abbas has made five wickets in Test cricket. Bowling 12.4 overs against Australia, Abbas spent 33 runs and dismissed five batsmen.
Playing ahead of the first day with 20 runs on the first day, Australia’s debut was very bad. Mohammed Abbas gave a crucial wicket to Shaun Marsh and Travis Hayd for Pakistan. On the first day, Usman Khawaja and Knight Watchman Peter Siddle were dismissed by Abbas.
Australia was all out for 282 in the first innings on the first day of the fourth day of the Test against New Zealand by four wickets in the first innings. On the first day, Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat. Mitchell Starc dismissed Mohammed Hafeez (4) on the total of five and gave the first blow to the visiting team. Fakhr Jamat (94) and Azhar Ali (15) gave the team a score of 57 runs.
On this score, Loyn put the hosts in trouble after taking four wickets in Pakistan’s six balls. Leone hit Ali on the fifth ball of the 20th over and Haris Sohail (0) on the last ball. 21st Over Maiden Loyn dismissed Asad Shafiq (0) and a ball later Babar Azam (0) in the second ball of the 22nd over to give Pakistan a lot of trouble.
Captain Sarfaraz (94) and Fakhar took the side and delivered the score to 204. Here Marans prevented Fakhr from completing the century. He hit eight fours in his innings, facing 198 balls. The next victim ofMarnus became Bilal Asif (12) and then this leg-spinner sent Sarfraz to the pavilion by six runs away from the century.
The Pakistani captain hit seven fours in an innings of 129 balls. Yasir Shah scored 28 and Abbas scored 10 runs. Mir Hamza remained unbeaten on four runs.