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Report, Day 2: Pakistan’s Haris Sohail struck his maiden check century as they ended the second day of the primary check towards Australia with a lead of 452 in Dubai on Monday.

Sohail and Asad Shafiq (80) placed on 150 for the fifth wicket on a placid monitor on the Dubai Worldwide Cricket Stadium as Australia’s bowlers toiled within the intense warmth.

File picture of Pakistan captain, Sarfraz Ahmed and Australia skipper Tim Paine. AFP

Australia had delayed taking the brand new ball of their quest to generate some reverse swing and assist their spinners but it surely didn’t actually repay.

Their quicks bowled tight overs within the first hour to stifle the Pakistan batsmen who had little issue in negotiating the spin of Nathan Lyon or Jon Holland.

Paceman Peter Siddle gave Australia an early breakthrough when he bowled nightwatchman Abbas for one with a touch of reverse swing.

Siddle was the decide of the Australian bowlers and ended with figures of 3-58 off 29 overs.

Sohail and Shafiq grafted by way of the afternoon session till Marnus Labuschagne’s occasional leg-break proved Shafiq’s downfall as he edged to keeper Tim Paine.

Babar Azam was run out for 4 earlier than Sahail’s tried lower off Nathan Lyon ended up in Paine’s gloves.

One other run out resulted within the wicket of Safraz Ahmed (15) earlier than the vacationers wrapped up the tail and left their batsmen with an unenviable 13 overs to face after an extended day within the area.

Australia openers Usman Khawaja (17) and Aaron Finch (13) negotiated that session properly however there are indicators the ball is starting to show which can encourage Pakistan’s trio of gradual bowlers.

With inputs from Reuters


Printed Date: October 09, 2018

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