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Match Ended   
299&130/2 (25.5)
313&115
Australia beat Pakistan by 8 wickets
Right then, Pat Cummins now goes on to collect the Benaud-Quadir Trophy from the hands of Daphne Benaud, the spouse of the late great Richie Benaud and then the whole team joins him on the podium for the celebrations and they pose for a team photo as well. Pakistan's tour to Australia has come to an end on a bitter note but it was a series that was fought with great spirit and camaraderie. In the end, the WTC champions reigned supreme as the longest format of the game bid adieu to a modern great. That is it from this series but both teams have another series coming up as Pakistan will now go down south to Australia's Trans-Tasmanian rivals New Zealand with a five-match T20I series starting on 12th January. As for Australia, they will gear up for a two-match Test series against West Indies starting on the 17th of January. You can simply switch tabs and check all the upcoming fixtures. Hope you enjoyed our coverage, until next time. Take care and goodbye!
Pat Cummins, the skipper of Australia has been adjudged the Player of the Series for his sensational bowling performances throughout the three matches. He starts off by saying that it was great to get wickets for the side and then says that everything seems to work well although there were a couple of moments where they felt like they were behind the game but the boys stepped up well and found ways to get back. He then says having Pakistan 4 down on the first day was crucial which set the game up after which the pitch sort of two paced a bit but the boys did well at crucial points. He then says it's important to put pressure on the bowlers and not get caught up on the defense which David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne did exceptionally well. He then talks about the last over from Josh Hazlewood and says it was extraordinary in front of such a big crowd. He also talks about Mitchell Marsh and says it was a huge series for him and he has yet again proved how good he is with an all-round performance on a tricky wicket. He concludes that it will be hard to replace David Warner and how he has been a key player for the past decade or so.
Shan Masood, the captain of Pakistan is down for a chat now. Shan says that they are learning things the hard way. They dropped catches which is criminal, made silly mistakes and couldn't capitalize on the openings they created. Says that the thinking was to have the spinner pick up a wicket. Adds that they wanted anything more than 200 as the target as the pitch was a bit identical to what it is in the subcontinental conditions. With 130 on the board, he says that it was not too much to defend. Adds that there are a few positives as well but in the end the results matter which didn't go their way in all the matches. He then appreciates Mohammad Rizwan that he was the only player who stood up and got more than 200 runs. Says that they need to grab the opportunities and convert three-fers into fifers. Says that their next match is about 10 months away so it's a good time to prepare and come back strongly. Adds that they want to keep playing positive cricket. And at last, he gives a token of appreciation to David Warner with a jersey of Babar Azam signed by all the current Pakistani players.
Aamer Jamal has been adjudged the Player of the Match for his brilliant 82 in the first innings and a six-wicket haul. Jamal says he waited for too long to be here at this stage. He starts off by congratulating Australia for the win and mentions they were good in all the 3 departments of the game. He then says the feelings are overwhelming and over the moon about his performance in this series. He further adds that he sticks to the basics and that is what gave him success. He also says that he loved every moment at SCG and knew Australia would come hard at him but he kept focusing well. He concludes that he doesn't mind not being given the new ball with the kind of pace bowlers in the squad.
The Presentation cremony...
The man of the moment, a great warrior of the game, also known as 'The Bull',' David Warner is down for a chat. Warner says that it's pretty much a dream come true to win by 3-0. Adds that the guys have worked immensely hard and have worked tirelessly for this series and that hard work has generated the results for them. Says he woke up just like any other morning and headed to the cafe nearby with his little one and just came to the match. He says that he feels happy and extremely proud of himself and feels content to end his career on a high note and most importantly, in front of his home crowd. Says it's been a long journey and a good one. Adds that without the family's support, this wouldn't have been possible and thanks his parents for a fantastic upbringing. He then thanks his wife for always supporting him throughout his ups and downs. He thinks he will be too emotional that he won't be part of the West Indies series as he was able to do what he could do and will miss opening the batting for Australia. Says that time goes by and there's an end to everything. He further adds that he wants himself to be remembered as an exciting and hard-working human being who put smiles on people's face with the way he played. Gets emotional in conclusion and thanks the crowd again. He gets a huge applaud again from the crowd.
Day 4 of the final Test match produced some great action and emotional drama. First up, Mohammad Rizwan and Aamer Jamal put on a 42-run stand to irritate the Aussies a bit early in the day but once Lyon got rid of Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan soon enough crumbled and set a target of 130 runs for Australia. David Warner walked out with his good mate Usman Khawaja whom he has known since the age of 6 but unfortunately, Khawaja couldn't stick alongside him and was dismissed in the very first over. After that, it was an onslaught by Warner and Marnus Labuschagne with the latter looking really charged up. Both brought up half-centuries but Warner simply couldn't hold on till the end and fell with just 11 runs needed for the win. Labuschagne hit the winning runs and it was a memorable final game for Warner and his family, friends, and especially the crowd.
Talking about the match itself, it really could have gone either way at the end of the first two innings but Australia as they generally do, found their best cricket when it mattered most. Pakistan put on a resolute 313 on the board in the first innings after being down and out early on thanks to a couple of riveting knocks by Mohammad Rizwan and Aamer Jamal and for Australia, ​​​​Pat Cummins picked up a third straight five-wicket haul. Australia seemed to be on course of taking a first-innings lead at 289/5 but they were bundled out for 299 and handed the opposition a slender lead with Aamer Jamal yet again proving to be the man for Pakistan, this time with a six-wicket haul. Pakistan's second innings started pretty similar to their first one as they lost two early wickets but then debutant Saim Ayub and Babar Azam put on a steady stand to get them back on track. However, it was Nathan Lyon who broke that stand and all of a sudden, there was a collapse. Josh Hazlewood ripped through the middle order and Pakistan ended Day 3 with 68/7 with a small lead of 82 runs.
The New Year's Test which was the Pink Test match at the SCG served as the perfect occasion to send off their hometown hero David Warner but with all the narrative around Warner and the Jane McGrath Foundation, Australia put on yet another solid performance. What a fairytale ending to David Warner's illustrious Test career and he finishes as the top-scoring opening batter for Australia in Test cricket, which given the players Australia has produced throughout the years, is a staggering achievement in itself. Coming to the game though, Australia have once again overpowered a hapless Pakistani side who simply cannot hold onto chances and take advantage of a positive situation and the hosts have swept them away 3-0. Warner walks back on the field with his teammates behind him and greets the opposition players and the umpires as the crowd keeps on cheering for him.
End Of The Over 25.5 : 130/2
7 Runs
  • 225.1
  • 025.2
  • 425.3
  • 025.4
  • 125.5
M. Labuschagne
62 (73)
S. Smith
4 (1)
A. Jamal
3.5-0-22-0
25.5
1
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
And that's it! Australia win! Jamal bowls a hard-length delivery outside off, Marnus Labuschagne opens his bat's face and guides it to the left of covers for a single. Australia beat Pakistan by eight wickets and take the series whitewashing Pakistan by 3-0.
25.4
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Nails a yorker this time on the stumps with a bit of inward movement, Marnus Labuschagne digs it out to mid off by bringing his bat down in time.
25.3
4
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
EDGED AND FOUR! And the scores are level now! Aamer Jamal bangs in short outside off which further shoots after pitching, Marnus Labuschagne looks to defend it on the up but gets deceived by the extra bounce off the back foot and gets a thick outside edge of his blade. The ball flies past the gully fielder for a boundary.
25.2
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Hits the deck hard around the off stump line, Marnus Labuschagne stays in the crease and defends it solidly back to the bowler.
25.1
2
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Sprays on the pads and on a back of a length, Marnus Labuschagne clips it to fine leg for a couple of runs.
End Of The Over 25 : 123/2
5 Runs
  • 024.1
  • 024.2
  • 124.3
  • 024.4
  • W 24.5
  • 424.6
S. Smith
4 (1)
M. Labuschagne
55 (68)
S. Khan
11-1-49-2
24.6
4
Sajid Khan To Steven Smith
FOUR! What a way to begin for Steven Smith. A tossed-up delivery, just outside off, Steven Smith presses forward and leans onto the drive past cover for a boundary. Only 7 runs are needed now for Australia.
Steven Smith walks out to bat next.
24.5
W
Sajid Khan To David Warner OUT!
OUT! LBW OUT! Sajid Khan finally gets his man and will go down as the last bowler to dismiss David Warner in Test cricket. This is a length delivery down around middle and comes in with the angle. David Warner looks to defend it on the front foot and gets beaten on the inside edge and the ball wears on his back leg. Another loud appeal is turned down by the umpire Michael Gough. The review is taken and the UltraEdge displays no bat is involved on it. The ball is pitching outside off and the impact is in line. The ball is hitting the stumps as the Ball Tracker confirms. The on-field decision is reversed and that's it for David Warner who walks back to a huge round of applause and gets a pat on the back from the opposition players. Warner hugs the incoming batter Steven Smith and a lucky boy in the crowd gets Warner's gloves and helmet, surreal atmosphere.
24.4
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Close but not close enough! Sajid Khan comes from around the stumps and tosses it up full and outside the off stump. David Warner steps down the pitch and looks to go up and over covers but is well beaten by the massive turn away from him. Mohammad Rizwan has to reach for it a bit before dislodging the bails. Rizwan appeal half-heartedly for a stumping and the umpire does go upstairs. The replays show that Warner did just get back in time and he will stay Not Out for the time being.
24.3
1
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
A tad shorter this time, around middle and off, Marnus Labuschagne gets down the pitch and knocks it long on for a single.
24.2
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Tossed up, into the line of the stumps, Marnus Labuschagne blocks it well from the crease.
24.1
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Quicker, into the stumps, Marnus Labuschagne gets down the pitch and taps it to mid on.
End Of The Over 24 : 118/1
8 Runs
  • 023.1
  • 223.2
  • 123.3
  • 023.4
  • 423.5
  • 123.6
M. Labuschagne
54 (65)
D. Warner
57 (73)
A. Jamal
3-0-15-0
23.6
1
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Bangs in short around the off-channel, Marnus Labuschagne pulls this one on the bounce towards fine leg for a single to end the over.
23.5
4
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
FOUR! 19th FIFTY for Marnus Labuschagne and 2nd in this match! Aamer Jamal sprays this one on the pads on a back of a length, Marnus Labuschagne stays in the crease and times the glance perfectly towards the deep backward square leg region for a boundary. The fielder from deep mid-wicket chases the ball on the dive to his left but the ball wins the race. Australia four more runs close to the win. This has been a fine knock from Marnus Labuschagne at number 3 and has accompanied David Warner pretty well.
23.4
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Over the wicket this time and bowls on the stump line, Marnus Labuschagne defends it solidly to mid on.
23.3
1
Aamer Jamal To David Warner
Length delivery on the off stump line this time, David Warner plays it with an open face of his willow towards deep backward point for a single.
23.2
2
Aamer Jamal To David Warner
Cannons on a fuller length outside off which slants in with the angle, David Warner clears his front foot and smashes it to the widish deep mid-wicket for a couple of runs.
23.1
0
Aamer Jamal To David Warner
Comes from around the wicket and pitches on a good length around off, David Warner takes a gentle stride ahead and drives it firmly to cover.
End Of The Over 23 : 110/1
4 Runs
  • 022.1
  • 422.2
  • 022.3
  • 022.4
  • 022.5
  • 022.6
M. Labuschagne
49 (62)
D. Warner
54 (70)
S. Khan
10-1-44-1
22.6
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Fuller again, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne blocks it off the backfoot.
22.5
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Loud appeal for a catch. They don't review it though. Floated fuller, on off, Marnus Labuschagne gets down to the pitch of the ball to tuck it but misses. The ball thuds the top of his front pad and loops up in the air. Short leg gets the catch.
22.4
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Quicker, around off, spinning in, Marnus Labuschagne works it to mid on.
22.3
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Fuller, into middle and off, Marnus Labuschagne gets down the pitch and blocks it well.
22.2
4
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
FOUR! Glorious shot! Overpitched delivery, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne steps forward and drives it past covers against the spin for a boundary.
22.1
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Floated in the rough, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne gets down the pitch to block but gets beaten onto the pads.
End Of The Over 22 : 106/1
1 Runs
  • 021.1
  • 021.2
  • 021.3
  • 021.4
  • 121.5
  • 021.6
D. Warner
54 (70)
M. Labuschagne
45 (56)
A. Jamal
2-0-7-0
21.6
0
Aamer Jamal To David Warner
Comes from around the wicket and guns a hard length delivery just around off, David Warner confidently prods ahead and blocks it under his eyes.
21.5
1
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Bowls on a short length on off, Marnus Labuschagne just guides it towards deep point for a single off the back foot.
21.4
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Short again and around off, Marnus Labuschagne stands tall and defends it off the back foot straight to the bowler.
21.3
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Pitches this one on an identical length around off, Marnus Labuschagne stays in the crease and punches it solidly off the back foot underneath the bat.
21.2
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Back of a length ball on the stumps which nips further in after pitching, Marnus Labuschagne stands tall on the bounce in the crease and punches it off the back foot.
21.1
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Hurls from over the wicket and bowls on the back of a length slightly drifting the leg side, Marnus Labuschagne comfortably drives it towards mid-wicket.
End Of The Over 21 : 105/1
2 Runs
  • 020.1
  • 020.2
  • 120.3
  • 020.4
  • 020.5
  • 1 LB 20.6
M. Labuschagne
44 (51)
D. Warner
54 (69)
S. Khan
9-1-40-1
20.6
lb
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
NOT OUT! A lot going out in the middle currently but at the end of it all, it will just be a leg bye and Pakistan will lose a review. Sajid Khan flights this one up on a length on the off stump, gets it to dip and bit and turn in quickly. Marnus Labuschagne looks to come forward and defend it out with soft hands but the ball spins past the inside edge and catches him on the pads. There is a huge appeal for LBW which is yet again turned down but Shan Masood takes the review. Nothing on UltraEdge and Ball Tracking shows wickets as missing. In the midst of it all, before the review was taken a sloppy bit of work from the short leg fielder allowed the batters to pick up a leg bye.
After a long chat, another review has been taken for LBW by Pakistan. Sajid Khan yet again beats the bat and catches the pad, this time of Marnus Labuschagne but his appeal is turned down. The decision is sent upstairs and there's no bat involved but Ball Tracking shows that the ball would have turned past the leg stump. The original decision of Not Out stands.
20.5
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
That was quicker in the air, fuller outside off, Marnus Labuschagne keeps it down.
20.4
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
DROPPED! That's like the 11th or 12th catch dropped by Pakistan in the series which is staggering. Overpitched, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne stretches out and whips this aerially to short mid-wicket. Shan Masood moves to his left and shills this one, a poor miss from the skipper.
20.3
1
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Overpitched, on the stumps, David Warner walks down the track and tucks it straight past the bowler for a single.
20.2
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Tossed up, at the stumps, David Warner prods and blocks it well.
20.1
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Sajid Khan comes from around the stumps and drifts it into middle and leg, the ball hits the rough and turns away sharply. David Warner looks to play down the line but gets beaten past the outside edge and gets hit high on the pads. There is a huge appeal for LBW but it is turned down. Sajid Khan yet again seems fairly convinced and eventually, the review is taken. Nothing on Hotspot or UltraEdge and Ball Tracking shows the wickets as the umpire's call, close but Warner survives.
End Of The Over 20 : 103/1
6 Runs
  • 019.1
  • 219.2
  • 019.3
  • 019.4
  • 319.5
  • 119.6
D. Warner
53 (66)
M. Labuschagne
44 (48)
A. Jamal
1-0-6-0
19.6
1
Aamer Jamal To David Warner
Comes from around the wicket and bangs it in a bit outside off, angling it in, David Warner stays on the back foot and taps it in front of point for an easy single.
19.5
3
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Nicely bowled but Labuschagne has squeezed it away for three runs and the 100-run stand also comes up between these two. Nagging length in and around the off stump, Labuschagne gets pressed back and ends up guiding it with soft hands off the outside edge and through backward point for three runs.
19.4
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Keeps it a bit full on off stump and this one angles back in sharply, Labuschagne remains unfazed and pushes it down to mid on.
19.3
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Pitches this one up a bit on the stump line, Labuschagne looks to drive it straight but mistimes it back to the bowler.
19.2
2
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Hard length again outside off, Labuschagne gets on the front foot and with a gentle push, he gets it through the gap at covers for a couple of runs.
19.1
0
Aamer Jamal To Marnus Labuschagne
Begins on a hard length at just 129 clicks and serves it over off stump, Labuschagne hops on the back foot and nudges it down to square leg.
Aamer Jamal is into the attack for the first time in the second innings, so, he definitely isn't injured and at this stage, he can barely make an impact.
End Of The Over 19 : 97/1
6 Runs
  • 018.1
  • 018.2
  • 018.3
  • 1 B 18.4
  • 418.5
  • 118.6
M. Labuschagne
39 (43)
D. Warner
52 (65)
A. Salman
5-0-28-0
18.6
1
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
Floated up on off and middle, Labuschagne blocks it with soft hands to the off side and runs an easy single.
18.5
4
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
FOUR! Marnus Labuschagne with another assured reverse sweep and he picks up a boundary. Too full on middle and leg and drifting further down, Labuschagne gets in position quickly and gets it well wide of leg slip for four runs.
18.4
b
Agha Salman To David Warner
A bit of hesitation there but they do get the bye eventually. Agha Salman drifts down the leg side again and David Warner misses the glance. The ball goes off the keeper's pad past leg slip and they get a bye.
18.3
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Flatter delivery on the pads, David Warner tucks it 'round the corner for no run.
18.2
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Angles this one in on a length from middle, David Warner advances down the pitch but misses the tuck and the ball goes off the pads onto the off side.
18.1
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Starts from around the wicket and tosses it full on off and middle, David Warner lunges forward a bit and blocks it to covers.
We are back for the post-Lunch session on Day 4! The umpires are out in the middle and David Warner strides out to the middle as well filled with positive energy and he is accompanied by Marnus Labuschagne. The Pakistani players take their places on the field and it will be Agha Salman to get things going with the ball after the resumption. Let's play...
... DAY 4, SESSION 2 ...
Right then, as the conclusion of the 3rd Test between Australia and Pakistan, all eyes will once again be on David Warner and the narrative around his farewell. With just 39 runs needed, Australia should come back after the break and finish things off quickly. Join us at 7.40 am IST (2.10 am GMT) for the action.
Pakistan, in the past two Test matches, have had opportunities to take the bull by the horns but it looks 'The Bull' on the other side is going to bring about their demise in this game. They didn't have the lead they would have liked but Sajid Khan provided them with a big breakthrough in the very first over after which they couldn't pile on the pressure and were instead put under pressure by the Aussie batters. The decision not to bring on their leading wicket-taker Aamer Jamal early in the innings proved costly and Jamal didn't bowl a single delivery in this innings which other than a case of injury seems absolutely bonkers. They have their backs firmly against the wall and all they can do now is delay proceedings a bit.
Wow, now that is how you write your own script and David Warner seems to be leaving the Test stage just as he joined it - with flair. Time for Lunch on Day 4 and it will in all certainty be the last break in play in this Test match and of the series as well. After Pakistan were bundled out for 115 runs, the pair of David Warner and Usman Khawaja walked out to bat to resounding applause from the SCG crowd but Sajid Khan bowled a lovely first over that ended with the wicket of Khawaja. This might have got on the nerves of Warner but instead, he soon started to counter-attack. Marnus Labuschagne too came in and looked positive and the pair simply blew away the opposition with their positive and at times, cheeky stroke play. Warner brought up a 37th Test Fifty and Australia now only need 39 more runs for the win.
End Of The Over 18 : 91/1
1 Runs
  • 017.1
  • 017.2
  • 017.3
  • 117.4
  • 017.5
  • 017.6
M. Labuschagne
34 (41)
D. Warner
52 (61)
S. Khan
8-1-39-1
17.6
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Last ball before Lunch. Tossed up, quicker and into the stumps, Marnus Labuschagne does well to keep it out.
17.5
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Fuller again, around off, Marnus Labuschagne defends it back to the bowler.
17.4
1
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Fuller this time, into the off stump line, David Warner taps it to mid off and gets a single.
17.3
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Quicker, into the stumps, David Warner keeps it out to the off side.
17.2
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Tossed again in the rough, spinning away from the off stump line, David Warner misses the cut again.
17.1
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Tossed up around middle and off, gets the ball to grip and rip off the deck, David Warner tries to cut but gets beaten.
End Of The Over 17 : 90/1
7 Runs
  • 416.1
  • 016.2
  • 116.3
  • 116.4
  • 116.5
  • 016.6
M. Labuschagne
34 (39)
D. Warner
51 (57)
A. Salman
4-0-23-0
16.6
0
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
Short and around off, Marnus Labuschagne rocks back and flicks it to mid-wicket to end the over.
16.5
1
Agha Salman To David Warner
Fuller and around off, David Warner pushes it down the ground towards long off for an easy single.
16.4
1
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
Tossed up fuller on the stump line, Marnus Labuschagne works it to long on for a single.
16.3
1
Agha Salman To David Warner
FIFTY FOR WARNER IN HIS LAST TEST MATCH! Bowls on a shorter length down leg, David Warner flicks it towards deep square leg for a single. He gets to his 37th Test Fifty on what is a monumental occasion for him and raises his bat in the air as he gets a huge appreciation from the Sydney crowd. A brilliant and quick knock from this southpaw and is looking absolutely unbothered. He displayed a superb counterpunch after the early dismissal of his partner Khawaja.
16.2
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Quicker and on the stumps on a fuller length, David Warner defends it straight to the bowler.
16.1
4
Agha Salman To David Warner
FOUR! This is a classic inside-out stroke! Bowls outside off and fuller in length, David Warner advances down the track and creates some room for himself and lofts it up with the spin over covers for a boundary. He moves onto 49 with that.
End Of The Over 16 : 83/1
8 Runs
  • 015.1
  • 015.2
  • 415.3
  • 415.4
  • 015.5
  • 015.6
M. Labuschagne
33 (37)
D. Warner
45 (53)
S. Khan
7-1-38-1
15.6
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
A touch shorter, on middle and leg, Marnus Labuschagne taps it to short leg region.
15.5
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Quicker, fuller and on off, Marnus Labuschagne prods and defends.
15.4
4
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
FOUR! Two in a row. Marnus Labuschagne putting on a show here. Sajid Khan pitches this one fuller, on the off stump line, Marnus Labuschagne reverse sweeps it past gully for another boundary. He is making batting look ridiculously easy here.
15.3
4
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
FOUR! That's a top shot. Sajid Khan goes fuller this time, around the off stump line, Marnus Labuschagne presses to the pitch of the ball and lofts it over Sajid Khan for a boundary.
15.2
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Fuller, spinning in from off stump line, Marnus Labuschagne prods and blocks it back to the bowler.
15.1
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Floated fuller, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne taps it to mid off on the front foot.
End Of The Over 15 : 75/1
5 Runs
  • 114.1
  • 014.2
  • 014.3
  • 4 B 14.4
  • 014.5
  • 014.6
D. Warner
45 (53)
M. Labuschagne
25 (31)
A. Salman
3-0-16-0
14.6
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Flighted delivery on the stumps and David Warner defends it right underneath his eyes with a huge stride ahead.
14.5
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Drifts down the pads this time on a fuller length, David Warner looks to defend it but gets beaten on the outside edge and wears it on the front pad.
14.4
b
Agha Salman To David Warner
FOUR BYES! Pakistan leaking runs at the moment. Salman drops this one down the leg stump on a too fuller length David Warner sits on his knee for a lap shot but misses. Mohammad Rizwan behind the wickets too, misses to collect it and it trickles down the ground for a boundary towards deep fine leg. Four Byes called by the umpire.
14.3
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Short this time on the leg stump line, David Warner nudges it to short leg.
14.2
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Comes from around the wicket and pitches it full and on off, David Warner strides ahead for a defence.
14.1
1
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
Drops it on a fuller length in front of the sticks, Marnus Labuschagne drives it with the turn towards deep mid-wicket for a single.
End Of The Over 14 : 70/1
7 Runs
  • 013.1
  • 413.2
  • 013.3
  • 013.4
  • 313.5
  • 013.6
D. Warner
45 (48)
M. Labuschagne
24 (30)
S. Khan
6-1-30-1
13.6
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Flighted delivery on middle, David Warner tries to make room and cut it square on the off side, but gets hurried. Works it back to the bowler.
13.5
3
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Dropped short, down the leg stump, Marnus Labuschagne with a cheeky reverse sweep through backward point. The batters get three runs with ease.
13.4
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Fuller again, on off, Marnus Labuschagne advances down the track and knocks it back to the bowler. Sajid Khan collects the ball and throws it back at Labuschagne trying to keep him in check. A bit of fire in the belly from Sajid.
13.3
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Tossed fuller and quicker this time, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne tries to cut it fine but fails to connect well. The ball gets an inside edge and back to his pads.
13.2
4
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
FOUR! Takes the aggressive route now. Sajid Khan tosses this one up, around off, Marnus Labuschagne walks down and gets to the pitch of the ball. He lofts it over mid off for a good looking boundary.
13.1
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Oh that's close and Sajid Khan thinks there is an edge on it. Pakistan have nothing to lose and Shan Masood does review it. This is a lovely delivery from Sajid as he bowls it on a nagging length and gives it a nice bit of flight around off, Marnus Labuschagne leans on to block but the ball dips and goes straight on beating the outside edge. The replays roll in and there is nothing on hotspot or UltraEdge and it will stay NOT OUT.
End Of The Over 13 : 63/1
12 Runs
  • 212.1
  • 412.2
  • 012.3
  • 012.4
  • 212.5
  • 412.6
D. Warner
45 (47)
M. Labuschagne
17 (25)
A. Salman
2-0-15-0
12.6
4
Agha Salman To David Warner
FOUR! There's no stopping this man! Tosses it up nicely and serves a juicy half-volley outside off, David Warner takes a huge stride ahead and crisply drives it with the spin through the gap between cover-point region for a boundary. He inches closer to his 50.
12.5
2
Agha Salman To David Warner
Flighted delivery on the stumps, David Warner defends it and gets an outside edge of his blade and to his front pad. The ball lobs at short leg and scampers back for the second as the fielder is too slow to get to the ball.
12.4
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Slower and an off-break outside off, David Warner pushes it away from his body and gets beaten on the outside edge on that one.
12.3
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
A low full toss outside off, David Warner drives it to the cover fielder.
12.2
4
Agha Salman To David Warner
FOUR! Easy pickings! Serves a full toss delivery around the off, David Warner shimmies down the pitch and just whips it over mid-wicket for a boundary. One bounce and it runs to the fence.
12.1
2
Agha Salman To David Warner
Loops it outside off and full, David Warner waits for it and dabs it delicately past the first slip for a couple of runs.
End Of The Over 12 : 51/1
2 Runs
  • 011.1
  • 111.2
  • 011.3
  • 011.4
  • 111.5
  • 011.6
M. Labuschagne
17 (25)
D. Warner
33 (41)
H. Ali
4-0-15-0
11.6
0
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
Short of a length just outside off, Marnus Labuschagne watchfully blocks it.
11.5
1
Hasan Ali To David Warner
Back of a length again, around leg stump line, David Warner covers the line and guides the ball to square of fine leg for a single.
11.4
0
Hasan Ali To David Warner
Back of a length, angling into the stumps, David Warner waits on and blocks it right under his eyes.
11.3
0
Hasan Ali To David Warner
Oh that's beaten the outside edge. Hasan Ali pitches this on a hard length, around off, nipping in, David Warner gets down the pitch and tries to cut it square on off, but gets beaten on the outside edge.
11.2
1
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
On a length, drifting down middle and leg, Marnus Labuschagne flicks it to fine leg and gets to the other end.
11.1
0
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
Starts well here. On a good length, into the stumps, Marnus Labuschagne rocks back and blocks it.
End Of The Over 11 : 49/1
3 Runs
  • 110.1
  • 110.2
  • 010.3
  • 010.4
  • 110.5
  • 010.6
D. Warner
32 (38)
M. Labuschagne
16 (22)
A. Salman
1-0-3-0
10.6
0
Agha Salman To David Warner
Drags his length a bit on the stumps, David Warner just gets in the line of the ball and blocks it off the back foot to the bowler to end the over.
10.5
1
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
Tosses it up around the rough on the stump line, Marnus Labuschagne steps out and drives it straight down past the bowler to long on for a single.
10.4
0
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
On a dragged length outside off, Marnus Labuschagne prods ahead for a defence and gets an inside edge on his front pad.
10.3
0
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
Flights it well outside off and full, Marnus Labuschagne presses forward for a defence and gets beaten on the outside edge as the ball skids on straight.
10.2
1
Agha Salman To David Warner
Around the wicket this time and on a fuller length on the stump line, David Warner creates room for him clearing his front foot and drives it inside out with the turn towards extra cover for a single.
10.1
1
Agha Salman To Marnus Labuschagne
Agha Salman comes to the attack from over the wicket and drops it fuller outside off, Marnus Labuschagne drives with the spin off the front foot towards long on for a single.
End Of The Over 10 : 46/1
1 Runs
  • 09.1
  • 09.2
  • 09.3
  • 09.4
  • 09.5
  • 19.6
M. Labuschagne
14 (18)
D. Warner
31 (36)
H. Ali
3-0-13-0
9.6
1
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
Back of a length, but outside off, Marnus Labuschagne hops back and taps it to point and gets a single.
9.5
0
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
On a length, just outside off, Marnus Labuschagne tries to drive it square on off, gets a faint inside edge onto his pads.
9.4
0
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
That's beaten. Pitched on a hard length, just around the corridor of off, Marnus Labuschagne plays it straight but the ball nips away a bit beating the outside edge.
9.3
0
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
Fuller, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne lets this one alone.
9.2
0
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
Hard length, on top of off, Marnus Labuschagne blocks it back to the bowler with a straight bat.
9.1
0
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
Pitches this on a length, angling into middle and leg, Marnus Labuschagne nudges it to backward square leg.
End Of The Over 9 : 45/1
6 Runs
  • 08.1
  • 28.2
  • 08.3
  • 08.4
  • 08.5
  • 48.6
D. Warner
31 (36)
M. Labuschagne
13 (12)
S. Khan
5-1-23-1
8.6
4
Sajid Khan To David Warner
FOUR! He's just brilliant at it. Tossed-up delivery by Sajid Khan on a tad fuller length outside off, David Warner gets on his knee and generates the reverse sweeps it through backward point along the ground for a boundary. He looks in no mood to slow down a bit.
8.5
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Tossed up on the stumps and fuller, David Warner steps out and pushes it towards cover.
8.4
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Quicker this time which slides on, David Warner gets the inside half od the bat on the defence.
8.3
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Off-break delivery on the stumps, David Warner defends it well off the front foot.
8.2
2
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Follows up with a poor delivery outside off and short, David Warner waits for it and cuts it delicately past the first slip fielder for a couple of runs.
8.1
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Comes from around the wicket and drops it flatter outside off on a short length, David Warner rocks back and hits it straight to cover.
End Of The Over 8 : 39/1
6 Runs
  • 47.1
  • 17.2
  • 07.3
  • 07.4
  • 07.5
  • 1 LB 7.6
D. Warner
25 (30)
M. Labuschagne
13 (12)
H. Ali
2-0-12-0
7.6
lb
Hasan Ali To David Warner
On a hard length, shaping into middle and leg, David Warner goes across the line trying to flick it but gets hit on the pads. The ball trickles down to fine leg for a single. Leg Byes called.
7.5
0
Hasan Ali To David Warner
Fuller again, angling into the stumps, David Warner flicks it to mid-wicket.
7.4
0
Hasan Ali To David Warner
Fuller around off, David Warner works it to point on the front foot.
7.3
0
Hasan Ali To David Warner
Oh my, that could've been close. Lucky for David Warner. A good length delivery, outside off, David Warner gets innovative and tries to reverse sweep it over third man but fails to connect. The ball thuds his pads on the flap and lobs behind well in front of the keeper.
7.2
1
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
A fraction fuller, around off again, Marnus Labuschagne guides the ball to backward point and gets a single.
7.1
4
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
FOUR! Runs flowing quickly now. Hasan Ali misses his length and serves a half volley, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne makes full use of it and drives it firmly through covers for another boundary.
End Of The Over 7 : 33/1
6 Runs
  • 06.1
  • 46.2
  • 06.3
  • 06.4
  • 06.5
  • 26.6
D. Warner
25 (26)
M. Labuschagne
8 (10)
S. Khan
4-1-17-1
6.6
2
Sajid Khan To David Warner
DROPPED! Flighted delivery around the leg stump line on a shade fuller length, David Warner advances down the track to slog it over mid-wicket but gets the toe-end of the bat and the ball balloons up and Aamer Jamal at mid on. Jamal runs back to grab it over his shoulder but fails eventually. He never looked like getting under it and the batters get two runs as well.
6.5
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Shorter and on off, David Warner rocks back and defends it short cover.
6.4
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Quicker and off-break outside off, David Warner hangs back and defends it to the off side.
6.3
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Short and outside off, David Warner chops it to Babar as the ball keeps a bit low towards short cover.
6.2
4
Sajid Khan To David Warner
FOUR! Now that's a calculated use of the feet. Drops it pretty much on a half-volley in front of the stumps, David Warner shimmies down the track and lofts it against the spin over mid on for a boundary. He makes it look so easy.
6.1
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Drops it slower and on a shortish length around off, David Warner rocks back and punches it straight to cover.
End Of The Over 6 : 27/1
7 Runs
  • 05.1
  • 25.2
  • 05.3
  • 15.4
  • 05.5
  • 45.6
M. Labuschagne
8 (10)
D. Warner
19 (20)
H. Ali
1-0-7-0
5.6
4
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
FOUR! Put away nicely. Hasan Ali overpitches this one fuller, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne leans forward and drives it with some wrist work, opening the face of the bat, through the gap at backward point for a boundary.
5.5
0
Hasan Ali To Marnus Labuschagne
On a length, outside off, Marnus Labuschagne shoulders arms at this one.
5.4
1
Hasan Ali To David Warner
A touch fuller, nipping in, David Warner walks down the pitch and taps it to mid on and squeezes a single.
5.3
0
Hasan Ali To David Warner
On a good length, around off, David Warner blocks it well on the front foot.
5.2
2
Hasan Ali To David Warner
Almost chopped on. Pitched a touch fuller, just around off, David Warner tries to tap it across the line getting a thick inside edge. The ball zips past the leg stump and the batters pick up a brace.
5.1
0
Hasan Ali To David Warner
Pitches this one on a good length but has missed the line as the ball goes down the leg side. David Warner stays unmoved as the ball goes past to the keeper.
Hasan Ali comes into the attack and replaces Mir Hamza from the other end.
End Of The Over 5 : 20/1
7 Runs
  • 44.1
  • 04.2
  • 14.3
  • 04.4
  • 24.5
  • 04.6
M. Labuschagne
4 (8)
D. Warner
16 (16)
S. Khan
3-1-11-1
4.6
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Tossed up again, full and on the off stump line, Labuschagne gets forward nicely to defend.
4.5
2
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Nicely flighted, full and around off, Labuschagne gets on the front foot to block with soft hands but the ball takes a bit of an outer edge and rolls past gully for a couple of runs.
4.4
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Tossed-up delivery around off, Labuschagne dances down the track and hits it straight to mid off.
4.3
1
Sajid Khan To David Warner
On a shorter length and around off, David Warner gets on the back foot again and cuts it to the left of point where Saim Ayub dives and makes a half-stop. The batters pick up a single.
4.2
0
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Pushed through quicker and flatter on the stumps, David Warner rocks back to defend.
4.1
4
Sajid Khan To David Warner
FOUR! David Warner doesn't look fazed one bit and brings out a cheeky shot now. This is tossed up full on the stumps, Warner brings out the reverse paddle and hits it firmly through short third man for a boundary.
End Of The Over 4 : 13/1
5 Runs
  • 03.1
  • 03.2
  • 03.3
  • 43.4
  • 13.5
  • 03.6
M. Labuschagne
2 (5)
D. Warner
11 (13)
M. Hamza
2-0-9-0
3.6
0
Mir Hamza To Marnus Labuschagne
Fuller one, close to the off stump and slanting across the right-hander, Labuschagne shoulders arms at it.
3.5
1
Mir Hamza To David Warner
Good length in the channel angling away, David Warner hangs back and just dabs it away wide of the slip cordon down to third man for an easy single.
3.4
4
Mir Hamza To David Warner
FOUR! That sounded so good off the bat! Short and outside off, sitting up for the batter at a gentle pace, David Warner stands tall and latches onto it by slapping it away well in front of square on the off side for a boundary and the crowd roars again.
3.3
0
Mir Hamza To David Warner
Hits the deck hard and bowls it on off and middle with the angle in towards the left-hander. David Warner stays on the crease and keeps it out to the bowler.
3.2
0
Mir Hamza To David Warner
On a hard length and around off, David Warner walks down the pitch and just pushes it away to the right of short cover.
3.1
0
Mir Hamza To David Warner
Nice and full on off stump, shaping away late, David Warner blocks it well under his eyes.
End Of The Over 3 : 8/1
4 Runs
  • 12.1
  • 12.2
  • 02.3
  • 02.4
  • 12.5
  • 12.6
D. Warner
6 (8)
M. Labuschagne
2 (4)
S. Khan
2-1-4-1
2.6
1
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Comes from around the stumps and bowls it really short and outside off, Warner walks across and slaps it away to the left of deepish cover for a quick single.
2.5
1
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Nicely tossed up on middle turning back in, Labuschagne looks to block it with soft hands but gets a bit of an inside edge past short leg for a single.
2.4
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
A bit fuller and quicker on middle stump, Labuschagne defends it out with soft hands.
2.3
0
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Flighted again on a length and around off, Labuschagne looks to use his feet and adjusts well to nudge it onto the leg side.
2.2
1
Sajid Khan To David Warner
Good, aggressive running! Tossed up on the stumps, David Warner steps out and drives it firmly on the full to a deepish mid on and pinches a quick single.
2.1
1
Sajid Khan To Marnus Labuschagne
Nicely flighted delivery, full and outside off, Marnus Labuschagne looks to lean on and stroke it through covers but smothers it off the inside edge towards mid-wicket. Labuschagne is off the mark with a single.
End Of The Over 2 : 4/1
4 Runs
  • 01.1
  • 01.2
  • 01.3
  • 21.4
  • 01.5
  • 21.6
D. Warner
4 (6)
M. Labuschagne
0 (0)
M. Hamza
1-0-4-0
1.6
2
Mir Hamza To David Warner
Slightly short again outside off, David Warner takes a step ahead and walks past the off stump before playing it with an angled bat through backward point for a couple of runs more.
1.5
0
Mir Hamza To David Warner
Nicely bowled! Nagging length angled onto middle but Hamza gets this one to shape away pretty well, David Warner stays watchful and blocks it onto the off side.
1.4
2
Mir Hamza To David Warner
David Warner is off the mark and Australia have their first runs of the chase as well. Short of a length, gently nipping away from outside off, Warner gets on the back foot and pats it away through the gap at cover-point and pinches a couple of runs.
1.3
0
Mir Hamza To David Warner
Warner tries to be proactive by advancing down the track but Hamza sees him coming and angles in a shortish ball at the body. Warner tucks it away behind square leg.
1.2
0
Mir Hamza To David Warner
Pitches this one up on the stumps, trying to shape it in, David Warner gets nicely on the front foot and defends it back to the bowler.
1.1
0
Mir Hamza To David Warner
Begins from over the wicket and bowls it back of a length over the off stump line, David Warner hops back and keeps it down to mid on. A cheer from the SCG crowd as Warner gets bat to ball first up.
Marnus Labuschagne comes out to the middle at number 3 in the very second over of the run-chase. Also, it will Mir Hamza with the second new ball from the other end.
End Of The Over 1 : 0/1
0 Runs
  • 00.1
  • 00.2
  • 00.3
  • 00.4
  • 00.5
  • W 0.6
U. Khawaja
0 (6)
D. Warner
0 (0)
S. Khan
1-1-0-1
0.6
W
Sajid Khan To Usman Khawaja OUT!
OUT! LBW! A huge appeal and given! Sajid Khan seems to have provided Pakistan a perfect start but Usman Khawaja has reviewed. Beautifully bowled by Sajid as he flights this one up on a nagging length onto off and middle, gets it to really dip and turn away sharply. Khawaja with his old habit goes on the back foot to a fairly full delivery and is beaten all ends up. The ball goes past the outside edge and hits the pads. Nothing on UltraEdge and the wickets are umpire's call on Ball Tracking. Khawaja walks back for a duck and Australia have been rocked early here as Sajid Khan starts with a wicket-maiden.
0.5
0
Sajid Khan To Usman Khawaja
Quicker and flatter, coming on with the arm onto the stumps, Usman Khawaja goes on the back foot to keep it out.
0.4
0
Sajid Khan To Usman Khawaja
Nicely flighted this time around off, Usman Khawaja leans on and makes the block.
0.3
0
Sajid Khan To Usman Khawaja
Flatter again and on off and middle, Usman Khawaja stays back in his crease and keeps this one out.
0.2
0
Sajid Khan To Usman Khawaja
Flatter delivery this time, on a nagging length and around off, Usman Khawaja hops back to defend.
0.1
0
Sajid Khan To Usman Khawaja
A lovely delivery to start with! Comes from around the stumps and tosses it up at 83.4 clicks outside off, gets the ball to grip and really rip away off the deck. Usman Khawaja looks to drive but is well beaten.
Match Info
  • Venue Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Sydney
  • Weather Sunny
  • Toss Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat
  • Result Australia beat Pakistan by 8 wickets
  • Player of the Match Aamer Jamal
  • Player of the Series Pat Cummins
  • Umpire Michael Gough (ENG), Richard Illingworth (ENG) and Joel Wilson (WI)
  • Referee Javagal Srinath (IND)
Match Notes
  • Stumps: Australia 6/0 in 1.0 overs
  • Innings Break: Pakistan 313/10 in 77.1 overs
  • Pakistan 300/9 in 73.4 overs
  • A Jamal Maiden Test Fifty: 50 runs in 71 balls (6x4) (2x6)
  • 10th wkt Partnership: 50 off 86 balls between A Jamal (45) and M Hamza (5)
  • Drinks: Pakistan 261/9 in 63.0 overs
  • Pakistan 250/9 in 58.3 overs
  • Referral 4 (54.4 ovs): AUS against H Ali (LBW) Unsuccessful (AUS: 0, PAK: 3)
  • A Salman 6th Test fifty: 50 runs in 64 balls (8x4) (0x6)
  • Pakistan 200/6 in 48.1 overs
  • Tea: Pakistan 199/6 in 48.0 overs
  • Pakistan 150/5 in 39.5 overs
  • 6th wkt Partnership: 50 off 61 balls between M Rizwan (30) and A Salman (20)
  • M Rizwan 8th Test fifty: 50 runs in 74 balls (7x4) (1x6)
  • Drinks: Pakistan 122/5 in 36.0 overs
  • Referral 3 (32.4 ovs): AUS against A Salman (Caught) Unsuccessful (AUS: 1, PAK: 3)
  • Pakistan 100/5 in 30.1 overs
  • Lunch: Pakistan 75/4 in 24.0 overs
  • Referral 2 (20.6 ovs): AUS against S Masood (LBW) Unsuccessful (AUS: 2, PAK: 3)
  • Pakistan 50/4 in 15.2 overs
  • Pakistan 39/3: B Azam lbw b P Cummins 26(40)
  • Referral 1 (10.5 ovs): AUS against B Azam (LBW) Successful (AUS: 3, PAK: 3)
  • Drinks: Pakistan 39/3 in 10.5 overs
  • Saim Ayub makes his TEST debut for Pakistan
  • Stumps: Australia 116/2 in 47.0 overs
  • Rain Stoppage: Australia 116/2 in 47.0 overs
  • Tea: Australia 116/2 in 47.0 overs
  • Bad Light: Australia 116/2 in 47.0 overs
  • Drinks: Australia 113/2 in 45.0 overs
  • Australia 108/2: U Khawaja c M Rizwan b A Jamal 47(143)
  • Referral 1 (43.3 ovs): PAK against U Khawaja (Caught) Successful (AUS: 3, PAK: 3)
  • Australia 100/1 in 38.4 overs
  • Lunch: Australia 78/1 in 30.0 overs
  • 1st wkt Partnership: 51 off 116 balls between D Warner (27) and U Khawaja (20)
  • Australia 51/0 in 19.2 overs
  • Drinks: Australia 39/0 in 16.0 overs
  • D Warner dropped on 20 by S Ayub in 13.2 overs
  • Stumps: Pakistan 68/7 in 26.0 overs
  • Pakistan 58/3: S Ayub lbw b N Lyon 33(53)
  • Referral 2 (17.4 ovs): S Ayub against AUS (LBW) Unsuccessful (AUS: 2, PAK: 2)
  • Referral 1 (15.2 ovs): AUS against B Azam (Caught) Unsuccessful (AUS: 2, PAK: 3)
  • 3rd wkt Partnership: 50 off 73 balls between S Ayub (29) and B Azam (17)
  • Pakistan 51/2 in 13.3 overs
  • Drinks: Pakistan 41/2 in 12.0 overs
  • Innings Break: Australia 299/10 in 109.4 overs
  • A Jamal 2nd Test 5-wicket haul: 5/69 (21.2)
  • Australia 293/8: P Cummins lbw b A Jamal 0(2)
  • Referral 5 (107.6 ovs): PAK against P Cummins (LBW) Successful (AUS: 3, PAK: 2)
  • Tea: Australia 289/6 in 106.2 overs
  • M Marsh 8th Test fifty: 50 runs in 107 balls (5x4) (0x6)
  • 6th wkt Partnership: 50 off 71 balls between M Marsh (28) and A Carey (21)
  • Referral 4 (94.2 ovs): M Marsh against PAK (LBW) Successful (AUS: 3, PAK: 2)
  • Australia 252/5 in 94.0 overs
  • Drinks: Australia 243/5 in 93.0 overs
  • New ball taken: Australia 229/5 in 91.2 overs
  • Australia 205/5: T Head lbw b A Jamal 10(29)
  • Referral 3 (83.2 ovs): T Head against PAK (LBW) Unsuccessful (AUS: 3, PAK: 2) (Retained)
  • M Marsh dropped on 7 by S Ayub in 82.2 overs
  • Australia 200/4 in 81.1 overs