PAK vs AUS: Watch - Pat Cummins sensational catch leaves Azhar in disbelief


The third and final Test between Pakistan and Australia has taken place in Lahore. The first two matches of the series have resulted in a draw as both the teams are fighting hard against each other in this ongoing series.

Talking about the ongoing match, the visiting side, Australia has won the toss and opted to bat. David Warner and Usman Khawaja opened the innings for Australia, as Shaheen Afridi got the first breakthrough as he dismissed Warner for just 7 runs.

In the same over, he also removed Marnus Labuschagne for a duck. However, Usman Khawaja and Steven Smith played well in the middle and added 138 runs for the third wicket partnership.

But at the end of the first day, Australia has scored 232 runs after losing 5 wickets. In the end, with the help of Chris Green's 79 and Alex Carey's 67, Australia has been bowled out for 391 runs.

Summary of the match between Pakistan and Australia:

Pak vs Aus 3rd Test

Following the total, Abdullah Shafique and Imam-ul-Haq opened the innings for Pakistan as Pat Cummins removed Imam for just 11 runs. Then Azhar Ali joined with the opener and both the batters added 150 runs for the second wicket partnership before Pat Cummins provides the breakthrough for his side.

It was an absolute stunner from Pat Cummins and removed Azhar for 78 runs. Abdullah Shafique scored 81 runs before being dismissed by Nathan Lyon. After that, Babar Azam was their only hope who scored 67 runs before being dismissed by Mitchell Starc.


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In the end, Pakistan has been bowled out for 268 runs as Australia got a lead of 123 runs and once again started their innings with Usman Khawaja and David Warner. Both the batters provided a good start to the innings and added 96 runs for the opening pair.

David Warner completed his fifty but once again he was dismissed by Shaheen Afridi who has cleaned the stumps. As of now, Usman Khawaja and Marnus Labuschagne were on the crease and the visiting side has a lead of 227 runs under their belt.

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