Despite a fighting hundred from Yasir Shah, Pakistan was enforced to follow on in the 2nd test against Aussies.
On the third day of the second and final Test between Pakistan and Australia, Pakistan were bowled out for 302 in the first innings. The national team has been beaten by 302 runs in reply to Australia’s 589 in a pinball game played in Adelaide.
The national team is still 287 runs short of Australia’s first innings score. When the national team’s score reached 194 runs, Babar Azam fell to Mitchell Stark behind the wickets in an attempt to get the ball out of the wickets, and he became victim to the nervous nineties.
Yasir Shah scored the first century of his Test career, displaying excellent batting, scoring 100 off 192 balls with 12 fours. Yasir Shah was caught out for 113 and Mohammad Musa remained unbeaten on 12. Australia’s Mitchell Starc struck 6 times and Pat Cummins took three wickets while one wicket fell to Josh Hazlewood.
Pakistan scored 96 runs for the loss of six wickets at the end of the second day. David Warner scored an unbeaten 335, while Marnus Labochagne also played a fantastic 162.