Australia Beat Pakistan In The Third Test On Their Own Soil

After Australia declared a second innings after the fourth day’s tea break, many felt that the Australian team had taken a risk. Many thought that giving up the lead by less than 400 runs and allowing Pakistan to bat for almost four sessions could be costly.

But the fact that Cummins was not mistaken is proven. On the last day of the third Test, Australia won the match and the series by taking all the wickets of Pakistan’s second innings. In the end, they defeated Pakistan by 115 runs.

Pakistan did not lose a single wicket at the end of the fourth day’s play. But they lost the first wicket shortly after the start of the game. Abdullah Shafiq (28) returned. Azhar Ali returned after one hundred. Babar Azam was teaming up with opener Imam-ul-Haq.

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But Imam returned with 80 runs. Babur was still patiently on the crease. But on the contrary, he could not find any teammate to accompany him. All dreams of Pakistan came to an end when he was out for half a century.

Nathan Lyon took 5 wickets for 63 runs for Australia. Cummins took three wickets. Mitchell Starc and Cameron Green took one wicket each.

David Warner Had An Argument With Umpire On The Last Day

Australian batsman David Warner got into an argument with the umpires. Warner left the crease to bat a little ahead. When the umpires objected to that, Aussie Batter challenged them directly.

The 21st over of Australia’s second innings in the Lahore Test. Warner was batting a little ahead of the crease. Two umpires Alim Dar and Ehsan Raja objected to that. Because the movement of Aussie Batter’s foot was causing wounds in an important part of 22 yards.

“You have to stand in the right place and bat,” the umpire told Warner. Move further towards the crease. Warner did not like this instruction of the umpires. Earlier, however, two umpires warned Warner once. Left-handed batsmen did not pay much attention to that warning. This time Raja was directly challenged by the Australian opener.

Warner countered, “I talked to Pakistan captain Babar Azam about standing here and batting. They have no objection. Why do you want me to play shot? There is no rule that batting cannot be done in this way. You show me the book of rules. ” Warner also made it clear that he would not move if he did not show written rules.

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