The last match of the Test cricket series between Pakistan and Australia is underway, in which the Australian team returned to the pavilion after scoring 391 runs in the first innings.
On the second day of the second Test match being played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, the entire Australian team has been bowled out for a total of 391 runs. In the first innings, Australian player Usman Khawaja remained prominent by scoring 91 runs. Also, Read – Australia demolish England by nine wickets in first Ashes Test
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Four Australians scored half-centuries in the first innings of the second Test.
Naseem Shah and Shaheen Shah Afridi took four wickets each while Noman Ali and Sajid Khan managed to send one Australian each to the pavilion.
It should be noted that Australia started the second day’s play of the last Test of the series at a loss of 5 wickets for 232 runs. Also, Read – How many wickets are there on a cricket pitch?: Today Telenor Quiz Answer 23 November