In the Karachi Test match, Pakistan cricket team was all out for 148 runs in the first innings. However, Australia decided to bat instead of following the national team. By the end of the third day’s play, Australia had scored 81 runs for the loss of one wicket. Opener David Warner returned to the pavilion with 7 runs. Australia has an overall lead of 489 runs.
Pakistan cricket team was all out for 148 runs
Australia declared the first innings at 556 for 9. When Pakistan started batting, Abdullah Shafiq was run out for 13 runs. Imam-ul-Haq was dismissed by Cummins on the line ball for 20 runs. Azhar Ali scored 14 runs. His wicket was taken by Stark.
Fawad Alam was LBW on Starc’s ball at zero. Mohammad Rizwan was dismissed for 6 by Cummins. Faheem Ashraf could score only 4 runs and LBW on the ball of Green. Sajid Khan’s score was only 5 runs. By the tea break, Pakistan’s score was 100 and 7 players had been dismissed. Hassan Ali was run out for zero after the tea break. Babar Azam scored 36 runs. Shaheen Afridi scored 19 runs. Mitchell Starc took 3 wickets for Australia. Green, Cummins and Line took one wicket each. League Test spinner Mitchell Swipson took 2 wickets in the first Test. Two Pakistani players were run out.