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Australia’s struggle to save matches The fight to save Australia has made it difficult to fight. Pakistan has created a way to win the spell of Mohammad Abbas’s spell.Cricket Sport

In the second innings of Dubai Test, Pakistan declared 181 runs for 6 wickets in 6 innings. Australia’s goal was to win 462. They finished the fourth day on Wednesday with 136 runs for 3 wickets.

After the opening partnership of 142 runs in the opening innings in the first innings, Australia were outplayed by 202 runs. In the second innings, the opening pair came in 87. But after that the same runs three wickets!

Aaron Finch came out to fifty in the debut Test and got out 49 in the first innings after fifth LBW to enter Abbas After a ball, Shaun Marsh was caught behind on a good delivery.Cricket Sport

There is no end

There is no end, Michael is out on the way to his elder brother, Mitchell Marsh. LBW was once again entering Abbas.

Suddenly tilting the innings innings Usman Khawaja The day after the fight with Travis’s head crossed. In the match, FIFA scored fifty runs in an unbeaten 50. Anointed Head ended the day with 34 runs.

In the morning Pakistan started the day with 45 runs for 3 wickets. Australia’s two spinners, John Holland and Nathan Lyon did not have the advantage of being very useful for the Pakistan batsmen. One could not afford to do fifteen. However, they are led by some of those who grow in the effective innings.Cricket Sport
Imam-ul-Haq started the day with 23 runs and 48 runs. Asad Shafiq made 41 off 56 balls. Two fours and fours, Haris Sohel 39 Pakistan declared an innings after half an hour after lunch

After that, Australia’s fight started. The fight in the failure of the Marsh brothers has become a difficult fight. Pakistan starts from prospects in the last days

Short score:

Pakistan 1st Innings: 482
Australia 1st Innings: 202
Pakistan 2nd innings: 181/6 (D.) (previous day 45/3) in 57.5 overs (Imam 48, Harris 39, Shafiq 41, Babar 28 *; Stark 0/18, Lion 2/58, Siddle 0/3 , Holland 3/83, Labussen 1/9).
Australia 2nd Innings: 136/3 in 50 overs (goal 462) (Finches 49, Khawaja 50 *, Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Marsh, Head 34 *, Abbas 3/26, Hafeez 0/10, Yasir 0/42, Wahab 0 / 13, Bilal 0/40, Haris 0/2).

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