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Australia defeated Pakistan by 360 runs on the fourth day of the Perth Test match.

Australia defeated Pakistan by 360 runs on the fourth day of the Perth Test match.

Australia defeated Pakistan by 360 runs on the fourth day of the Perth Test match.

Australia Declared:

Australia declared their second innings today for 233 runs with 5 out, after which Pakistan got a target of 450 runs to win and the entire team was bowled out for 89 runs.

At the beginning of the second innings and chasing the target, Pakistan’s first wicket fell for 2 runs when Abdullah Shafiq was dismissed for 2 runs, after which the second wicket of the national team fell for 17 runs when Shaun Masood was caught out by Josh Hazlewood for 2 runs. rent.

Pakistan’s third wicket fell for 19 runs, this time Imam-ul-Haq was out lbw for 10 runs.

Pakistan’s fourth wicket:

Pakistan’s fourth wicket fell on 48 runs when Babar Azam was caught out for 14 runs while the fifth wicket fell on 56 runs when Sarfaraz Ahmed was caught out for 4 runs.

The national team’s sixth wicket fell on 63 runs when Agha Salman was run out for 5 runs.

Pakistan’s Seventh Wicket:

Pakistan’s seventh wicket fell on 79 and its eighth wicket on 83 runs. Faheem Ashraf LBW for 5 runs and Aamir Jamal was bowled for 4 runs. Both the batters were dismissed by Australian spin bowler Nathan Line.

Pakistan’s ninth wicket fell on 89 runs when Saud Shakeel was dismissed lbw for 24 runs.

Pakistan’s last wicket fell on 89 runs, Khurram Shehzad was out for zero.

Player of the Match:

Australia’s all-rounder Mitchell Marsh was awarded the player of the match award.

Second session on the fourth day of the Test match, Australia declared their second innings at 233 runs for 5 out, after which Pakistan got a target of 450 runs to win.

The start of play on the fourth Day:

Today on the fourth day, Australia started their incomplete second innings with 84 runs for the loss of 2 wickets.

Australian batsman Steven Smith 43 and Usman Khawaja started playing again with 34 runs, then fast bowler Khurram Shehzad took the third wicket for Pakistan on 87 runs.

Khurram Shehzad dismissed Steven Smith lbw for 45 runs.

Australia fourth wicket

Australia’s fourth wicket fell on 107 runs when Travis Head was caught off Amir Jamal for 14 runs.
Saud Shakeel created a unique record in Test cricket

Australia’s fifth wicket fell for 233 when Usman Khawaja was caught off Shaheen Afridi for 90, after which Australia declared their second innings and set Pakistan a target of 450 to win.

Australia Mitchell Marsh

Australian batsman Mitchell Marsh remained unbeaten on 63 runs in the second innings.

It should be remembered that Australia scored 487 runs in the first innings of this Test match, after which the Pakistan team was dismissed by scoring 271 runs in the first innings.

After dismissing the Pakistan team, Australia started the second innings with a lead of 216 runs.

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