Pakistan push on to leave Australia facing fight to save first Test

  • First Test, day two: Pakistan 476-4; Australia 5-0
  • Azhar Ali finally dismissed for 185 at Rawalpindi

Australia face a battle to stay in the first Test against Pakistan after the hosts piled on and declared at 476 for four, before bad light saved the tourists from a tough evening in Rawalpindi.

On a day already made emotionally hard by the deaths of Shane Warne and Rod Marsh, Azhar Ali hit 185 for Pakistan while Imam-ul-Haq turned his maiden century into 157. Their innings summed up Australia’s battle, as Pakistan reached their ninth highest score against the tourists as wickets were particularly hard to come by.

Continue reading…First Test, day two: Pakistan 476-4; Australia 5-0Azhar Ali finally dismissed for 185 at RawalpindiAustralia face a battle to stay in the first Test against Pakistan after the hosts piled on and declared at 476 for four, before bad light saved the tourists from a tough evening in Rawalpindi.On a day already made emotionally hard by the deaths of Shane Warne and Rod Marsh, Azhar Ali hit 185 for Pakistan while Imam-ul-Haq turned his maiden century into 157. Their innings summed up Australia’s battle, as Pakistan reached their ninth highest score against the tourists as wickets were particularly hard to come by. Continue reading…[#item_full_content]

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