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On the third day of the Perth Test match, Australia scored 84 runs for the loss of 2 wickets

On the third day of the Perth Test match, Australia scored 84 runs for the loss of 2 wickets

On the third day of the Perth Test match, Australia scored 84 runs for the loss of 2.

Wickets in the second innings against Pakistan and took a lead of 300 runs.

End of the Third Day

At the end of the third day today, Australian batsmen Steven Smith and Usman Khawaja are not out on 43 and 34 runs.

Earlier, the Pakistan team was dismissed by scoring 271 runs in the first innings in response to Australia’s 487 runs.

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

In the second over of the second innings, Khurram Shahzad dismissed David Warner for zero.

Australia’s second wicket was taken by Khurram Shahzad for 5 runs.
Start of play on the third day

Today

Today, the Pakistan team started their incomplete first innings with 132 runs for 2 wickets,

but after adding one run, Pakistan’s third wicket fell.

Khurram Shehzad was bowled by Pete Cummins for 7 runs.

Pakistan’s fourth wicket fell for 181 runs in 70.5 overs when Babar Azam was caught out for 21 runs.

The fifth wicket of the national team fell on 192 runs, Imam-ul-Haq was stumped on 62 runs.

Pakistan’s sixth wicket fell on 195 runs, Sarfraz Ahmed was bowled by Mitchell Starc for 3 runs.
Lunch break

By the first session

By the first session of the third day of the Perth Test match, Pakistan had scored 203 runs against Australia for 6 wickets.

In the second session, Pakistan’s seventh wicket fell on 230 runs, Saud Shakeel was dismissed for 28 runs.

The eighth wicket of the national team fell at 241 runs, Faheem Ashraf was caught out for 9 runs by Australian captain Pete Cummins.

Pakistan’s ninth wicket fell at 258 runs, and Aamir Jamal was dismissed by Nathan Line for 10 runs

First innings

The last wicket of the national team fell on 271 runs, Shaheen Afridi was caught out by scoring 4 runs.

while Agha Salman remained not out on 28 runs.

Pakistan team batted 101.5 overs in the first innings.

Earlier, at the end of the second day yesterday, Imam-ul-Haq was not out for 38 and Khurram Shahzad for 7 runs.

On the second day of the Test match, after the Australian team was bowled out for 487 runs, Pakistan’s first innings was opened by Imamul Haq and Abdullah Shafiq.

Both the batsmen took a cautious approach and brought the team’s score to 74 runs in 36.2 overs, after which Abdullah Shafiq was caught out for 42 runs by spin bowler Nathan Line.

First Day

Pakistan’s second wicket fell for 123 runs in 49.3 overs, with captain Shaun Masood scoring 30 runs and was caught out by Mitchell Starc.
First Day

Second day

Australia ended the first day of the Perth Test with 346 runs for 5 wickets.
Second day

On the second day of the Perth Test match, Pakistan scored 132 runs for 2 wickets against Australia in the first innings

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