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Pakistan vs Australia: Australia beat Pakistan in Adelaide Test

In the second Test played in Adelaide, Australia outscored Pakistan by 239 runs in the second innings, winning the match by an innings and 48 runs.
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Australia beat Pakistan in Adelaide Test

In the second Test played in Adelaide, Australia outscored Pakistan by 239 runs in the second innings, winning the match by an innings and 48 runs.

As a result of this victory, Australia has also won two-Test series by two zero. Australia also beat Pakistan in the first match.

Australian opener David Warner, who made the triple century, was named the best batsman of the match and series. Warner made centuries in both matches in this series. After playing 154 in the Brisbane Test, he played a fantastic 335 in Adelaide.

Match scorecard

In addition to Warner, the series was special for Marnus Laboshin and he also scored hundreds in both matches.

Babar Azam was the top scorer of the series from Pakistan, who scored a century in Brisbane, while he was crossing the milestone in Adelaide by three runs.

League sniper Yasir Shah failed in the bowling field but was second on Pakistan's side with 194 runs with a century.

Australia's Mitchell Starc topped the bowling field with 14 wickets. In addition, Josh Hazelwood also took 10 wickets.

Shaheen Afridi from Pakistan was the most successful bowler in the series with five wickets.

Fourth-day game

On the fourth day on Monday, when the game started, Pakistan's Sean Masood and Asad Shafiq resumed the second innings with 36 runs for the loss of three wickets.

In the opening session, the two batsmen cautiously but confidently batted, scoring 123 runs.

Nathan Lyon ended the 120-run partnership between the two when they outscored Sean Masood, a half-century, on a personal score of 68.

Pakistan's fifth wicket fell to 154 when Asad Shafiq also became Lyon's second wicket after scoring a half-century.

Iftar Ahmed was also caught by Lyon, he could score 27 runs. He established a 47-run partnership with Mohammad Rizwan for the sixth wicket.

Pakistan's first innings top scorer, Yasir Shah, scored 13 runs in the second innings and Nathan Lyon's fourth wicket.

Lyon completed five wickets in the innings of a catch by Shaheen Afridi. This is the 16th time in Test cricket that Lyon has taken five wickets in the innings.

After the lunch break, Josh Hazelwood bowled Mohammed Rizwan for the second and Australia's ninth wicket. Pakistan's tenth wicket fell when Mohammad Musa was dismissed in the same over.

For Australia, Nathan Lyon had five, Josh Hazelwood three and Mitchell Starc took one wicket.

Australia won the toss and decided to play first in the Test and thanks to David Warner's triple century and Maurice Labusin's century, he scored 589 for three wickets to declare his innings.

In response, the whole team of Pakistan had scored 302 runs in the first innings and was forced to follow.

The highlight of the Pakistani innings was Yasir Shah's first century in Test cricket, scoring 114 runs. Apart from this, Babar Azam scored 97 runs while the score of five players of Pakistan could not even reach double digits.

Mitchell Starc was the most successful bowler with six wickets in Australia's innings.
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