Abbas took 3 wickets in 7 balls to bring Pakistan closer to victory

Abbas took 3 wickets in 7 balls brought Australia closer to victory in the first Test match against Australia here on Wednesday. Abbas dismissed opener Aaron Finch (49) and after that, the Marsh brothers Shan and Mitchell showed the path to the pavilion, which did not even open the account. Australia had 87 runs without any loss at one stage but they were struggling at 136 for 3 at the end of the fourth day’s play. Pakistan, who gained 280 runs in the first innings, earlier declared their second innings at 181 for 6 wickets. Australia got a difficult target of 462 runs like this.

On the fourth day, the opening batsman Usman Khawaja 50 and Travis Head was playing 34 runs. Both of them added 49 runs for the fourth wicket so far. In the second innings of Australia, the first innings saw a repetition. In the first innings, his opening pair shared 142 runs but his team lost all 10 wickets in 60 runs.
Finch and Khawaja again gave the team a good start. Abbas padded Finch immediately after the tea break and after two balls, Shan Marsh was caught behind the wicket. He paused Mitchell in his next over.
If Australia wants to win this match, then it will have to write a new history as the record of achieving the greatest goal in Test cricket is in the West Indies, who won the win in Australia against Antigua in 2003 with 418 runs at 7 wickets.
Pakistan started playing ahead of 45 runs at 3 for 3 in the morning. Imam ul Haq (48), Asad Shafiq (41) and Haris Sohail (39) scored on their side. For Australia, John Holland took 3 and Nathan Lyon took 2 wickets.


Abbas took 3 wickets

Fast bowler Mohammad Abbas took three wickets in seven balls and brought Pakistan closer to victory in the first Test against Australia on Wednesday.

Abbas dismissed opener Aaron Finch (49). After this, the Marsh brothers Shawn and Mitchell showed the way to the pavilion, which could not even open the account.Australia had 87 runs at one stage without any loss, but he was struggling with 136 runs for three wickets at the end of the fourth day’s play.

Pakistan, who achieved 280 runs in the first innings, declared their second innings at 181 for six after being declared to be finished. Australia got such a difficult target of 462 runs. He scored 326 runs to make an edge in the two-match series, while Pakistan needs seven wickets.

On the fourth day, the opening batsman Usman Khawaja 50 and Travis Head were playing at 34 runs. Both of them added 49 runs for the fourth wicket so far.

In the second innings of Australia, the first innings saw a repetition. In the first innings, his opening pair shared 142 runs, but his team lost all 10 wickets in 60 runs. Finch and Khawaja again gave the team a good start.

Immediately after Abbas gave tea, LBW was dismissed for Finch and after two balls, Shaun Marsh caught behind the wicket. He hit Mitchell LBW out in the next over.



If Australia is to win this match, then it will have to write a new history, because the record of achieving the greatest goal in Test cricket is named after the West Indies, who had won against Australia in Antigua in 2003 with a score of 418 runs on seven wickets.

Pakistan started playing ahead of 45 runs on three wickets on Wednesday morning. Imam ul Haq (48), Asad Shafiq (41) and Haris Sohail (39) scored on their side. For Australia, John Hallland took three and Nathan Lyon took two wickets.


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