Pakistan is currently playing their third Test against Australia and now, they are chasing a huge runs which is given by the Aussie team by playing their first innings. Earlier yesterday, their match has started where Australia came to bat first by winning the toss at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney.
Since the beginning of the innings, Australian batsmen started to dominate the Shaheens bowlers and made hundred and fifty runs in their opening partnership. Both opener, Renshaw and Warner made century where Renshaw went too close to the double century by unfortunately got out with his 184 runs which was his first Test century. However, David Warner made his century so quick by playing less balls than runs. He scored 113 runs by facing just 95 ball.
However, Aussie finished the first day by scoring more than three hundred runs by losing four wickets. In second day of Sydney test, they started to bat with Renshaw and Handscomb. Renshaw was out first in 2nd day and later Cartwright. But, Handscomb scored a century too. So, in one innings, three batsmen of Australia made a century each. So, based on their amazing batting, Australia placed 538 runs which is considered as a huge score.
Pakistani bowlers were very talented but they did not do their job very well. Mohammad Amir is one of the top class bowler but could not take any wickets in the first innings. Wahab Riaz has took highest three wickets for Pakistan and Imran Khan took two.
Pakistan innings(Chase huge runs) :
Come to chase such score, Pakistan has lost their first wickets in fourth over of the innings. Sharjeel Khan coule make it much longer but gave catch to Renshaw. He scored just four runs. In the same over, the Shaheens lost their second wicket Babar Azam who made a big zero. Later, Younis Khan and Azhar Ali made a partnership that added total 126 runs to the scoreboard. Azhar made a fifty already who was also the top contributor of their last test. Hazlewood took both two wickets for Australia. Now, Pakistan is still 412 runs behind of Australia with eight wickets in hand.