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Live cricket-At the end of the third day Pakistan scored 325 runs

Live cricket-At the end of the third day Pakistan scored 325 runs

Live cricket-At the end of the third day Pakistan scored 325 runs

Pakistan off-spinner Bilal Asif has shown his role in the debut,Live cricket. In the first innings against Australia, he took six wickets for 36 runs in the first innings. Pakistan have a good position at the end of the third day of the match against Bilal Asif. Sarfraz Ahmed’s team is in the lead of 325 runs on Tuesday.

Pakistan, batting in their second innings on Tuesday, finished the day with 35 runs for three wickets. Earlier, Australia were all out for 202 in their first innings. Pakistan scored 482 in the first innings So, Pakistan are in the lead of 280 runs at the end of the first innings.

The first match of the two-match Test series between Pakistan and Australia has started in Dubai on Sunday. Pakistan won the toss on the first day of the match. They finished the first day with 255 runs for three wickets.

Pakistan called on to bat again on Monday. On this day, Haris Sohail scored his first century of international career. He got out by 110 runs. Assad Shafiq scored half century He scored 80 runs. Mohammad Hafeez had scored a century on the first day of the match. He returned to the opening with 126 runs in the opening. This is his tenth century in Tests. Another opener Imam-ul-Haq scored 76.

Short score :

Pakistan first innings: 482 (164.2 overs)

(Imam-ul-Haq 76, Mohammad Hafeez 126, Azhar Ali 18, Haris Sohail 110, Mohammad Abbas 1, Asad Shafiq 80, Babar Azam 4, Sarfaraz Ahmed 15, Bilal Asif 12, Wahab Riaz 7 *, Yasir Shah 3; Mitchell Stark 1/90, Peter Siddle 3/58, Nathan Lynn 2/114, John Holland 1/126, Maranus Lubuscanche 1/29, Mitchell Marsh 0/38).

Australia first innings: 202 (83.3 overs) :

(Usman Khawaja 85, Aaron Finch 62, Shaun Marsh 7, Mitchell Marsh 12, Travis’s Head 0, Marnas Labschnez 0, Tim Paine 7, Mitchell Starc 0, Peter Siddle 10, Nathan Lyon 6, John Holland 0 *; Mohammad Abbas 4 / 29, Wahab Riaz 0/39, Yasir Shah 0/80, Mohammad Hafeez 0/2, Bilal Asif 6/36, Azhar Ali 0/3).

Pakistan second innings: 45/3 * (16.2 overs)

 

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