Pakistan vs Australia, 3rd Test, Day 4: Pakistan, Australia Tussle For Win After Usman Khawaja, Stev

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Publish Date : 2022-03-24 00:00:00


Pakistan vs Australia, 3rd Test, Day 4: Pakistan, Australia Tussle For Win After Usman Khawaja, Stev

Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.

Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-deciding third Test against Australia, ending on 73 without loss at the close in Lahore. Openers Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique were unbeaten on 42 and 27 respectively, leaving the home team needing another 278 runs for victory in 90 overs, with all 10 wickets intact when play resumes Friday. Australian skipper Pat Cummins declared their second innings at 227-3 shortly after tea -- a bold decision considering Pakistan managed 443-7 in pursuit of 506 runs to draw last week's Karachi Test. The first Test in Rawalpindi also ended in a draw. Australia were unlucky not to have dismissed Shafique off the penultimate delivery of the day when slip fielder Steve Smith had a touch of a Marnus Labuschagne delivery that instead found the boundary. Shafique also survived umpire Ahsan Raza's decision of caught behind off Lyon when on 13, as Australia's efforts for an early wicket went in vain.Pakistan started confidently Thursday in pursuit of a 351-run target in the series-de



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