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Second Day of The Perth Test Match PAK V/S AUS NEWS update

Second Day of The Perth Test Match PAK V/S AUS NEWS update

Second Day of The Perth Test Match:

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

At the end of the second day’s play, Imam-ul-Haq is 38 and Khurram Shehzad is not out for 7 runs.

Earlier, after the Australian team was bowled out for 487 runs, Pakistan’s first innings was opened by Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafiq.

Both the batsmen took a cautious approach and took 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.

Shaun Masood:

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.

On the second day of the Perth Test match, the Australian team was bowled out for 487 runs against Pakistan.

The Australian team batted a total of 113.2 overs in the first innings over two days.
The start of the game on the second day.

Today Australia Resumed:

Today Australia resumed their first incomplete innings at 346 for 5.

Australian batsman Mitchell Marsh, who remained not out at the end of the first day, opened the batting with 15 runs and Alex Carey started the batting with 14 runs and brought the team’s score to 411 runs, after which Alex Carey scored 34 runs and was bowled by Amir Jamal.

Australia’s seventh wicket fell for 449 runs in 104.5 overs when Mitchell Starc was bowled by Amir Jamal for 12 runs.

Australia’s eighth wicket against Pakistan fell on 476 runs when Mitchell Marsh scored 90 runs and was bowled by Amir Jamal.

Shortly after Australia’s ninth wicket fell at 481 in 111.5 overs, captain Pat Cummins was caught out by Amir Jamal for 9.

Aamir Jamal also got the last wicket of Australia.

In the first innings, Aamir Jamal

In the first innings, Aamir Jamal took 6 wickets, Khurram Shahzad 2 wickets, Faheem Ashraf and Shaheen Afridi took one wicket each.
The first session of the second day

In the first session of the second day of the Perth Test match, Australia scored 476 runs for 7 wickets, Australian batsman Mitchell Marsh was not out on 90 runs and Pat Cummins was not out on 9 runs.
End of the first day of the Perth Test

Earlier yesterday:

Earlier yesterday, Australia ended the first day of the Test match with 346 runs for 5 wickets.
First day of test match

In the Test match that started on Thursday, Australia won the toss and decided to bat first against Pakistan, after which David Warner and Usman Khawaja opened the innings.

The two batsmen put the team on a 126-run partnership for the first wicket after which Australia’s first wicket fell for 126 runs in 29.4 overs when Shaheen Afridi caught Usman Khawaja behind the wicket for 41 runs.

Fast bowler Faheem Ashraf took the second wicket for 159 runs in 37.1 overs, Marins Labushin was dismissed for 16 runs.

After the fall of the second wicket:

After the fall of the second wicket, opener David Warner continued to score runs and scored his 26th career century with the help of 1 six and 14 fours off 125 balls.
Aizaz on Test debut, addition to the list of Pakistani bowlers

Australia’s third wicket fell for 238 in 56.3 overs when Khurram Shehzad had Steve Smith caught out by Sarfaraz Ahmed for 31 runs.

Australia’s fourth wicket fell to 304 in 72.1 overs when Amir Jamal caught Travis Head out for 40.

The national team took Australia’s fifth wicket shortly after at 321 in 74.5 overs when Amir Jamal caught David Warner out for 164.

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On The First Day of the Perth Test, Australia Scored 346 Runs Against Pakistan for 5 Wickets.

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