The first session of the second day of the Rawalpindi PAK vs AUS Test was in the name of Pakistan. On the second day of the Test match, Pakistan’s batsmen confidently faced the guest bowlers. At lunch, Imam-ul-Haq was on the crease, scoring 154 off 343 balls. He hit 16 fours and two sixes. Azhar Ali scored 35 runs off 243 balls. Azhar Ali hit 7 fours and 1 six.
PAK vs AUS Test series day 2 session
Pakistan was 245/1 at the stumps of Day 1 as opener Imam-ul-Haq scored an undefeated 132 runs with senior batter Azhar Ali (64*) playing the second fiddle in their alliance of 140 runs. On the second day, in the first session, both the batsmen added 57 runs in 25 overs. Before the first session on the second day of the game, players from Pakistan and Australia paid tribute to Shane Warne. Former Australian cricketer Simon Ketch said that Shane Warren is his best friend and the ideal of our generation and the next generation. Australian captain Pat Cummins also paid tribute to Shane Warne. Former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis also paid tribute to Shane Warne.
Australia Test skipper Pat Cummins’s statements regarding Peshawar attack
Australia Test skipper Pat Cummins had said that he felt incredibly safe upon his arrival in the Asian nation and appreciated the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for their arrangements for the Australian team.
“I feel incredibly safe and we’ve been really well looked after by the Pakistan Cricket Board. There’s been lots of security upon arrival. We were straight off the plane and straight to the hotel,” Cummins said on the Australian team’s arrival to Pakistan on February 27.
“We’ve got a pretty good set-up and we’ll be confined to the hotel except for games and training. We’ve traveled to places like India where you don’t leave the hotel too much so we are used to it. It’s comforting and we’re really lucky to be surrounded by so many professionals,” he added.