Hafeez claims that Pakistan is not playing to win against Australia

Pakistan batted almost alone in the first two days of the Rawalpindi Test. The hosts declared the innings at 47 for 4 in the opening innings of the marathon of Azhar Ali and Imam-ul-Haq. However, former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez is not completely satisfied with the batting style of Pakistani batsmen.

Hafeez claims that Pakistan is not playing to win against Australia

Pakistan made 245/1 on the first day, batted on the second day and added 56 runs in the first session, 92 in the second session and 72 in the third session. However, Pakistan lost only 3 wickets as long established batsmen were at the crease.

Pakistan's star all-rounder claims that Pakistan is not playing to win matches by meeting the demands of modern cricket. Only one team can play very badly in this historic Test and now the result is likely to come. In a tweet, Hafeez said,

Slow and dead pitch. Above all, low intentions so far have dashed the chances of a result in this historic Test Match. Now a team has to play very poorly just to deliver results in this test match. The future of results-based cricket Test cricket is not a lifeless game.

Short Score: (Released: Pakistan)

Pakistan (first innings): 48/4 d. (162 overs); Azhar 165, Imam 156, Babar 36; Labusen 1/53, Cummins 1/72

Australia (first innings): 5/0 (1 more)

* At the end of the second day

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