On the day of Ras Utsav, 10 runs lamented Labushan, Test on the way to draw

The first Test of the three-match Test series between Pakistan and Australia in Rawalpindi ended in a draw, with the two teams' first innings not ending after the fourth day's play. After Pakistan, Australian batsmen were also seen at the Mill Racing Festival.

At the end of the fourth day, Australia were 26 runs behind Pakistan in the opening innings, with 3 wickets in hand. Marnus Labushan has returned to the Nervous Nineties after Usman Khawaja, for the first time since the Nervous Nineties of two top-order batsmen, Australia's top four batsmen have set a record of at least 50 runs.

On the day of Ras Utsav, 10 runs lamented Labushan, Test on the way to draw

Marnus Labushan and Steven Smith, two unbeaten batsmen, started the fourth day's play at 281 after a midday break after the first session was washed away in the rain.

The day before Labushan and Smith's pairing century, Smith collected the 34th fifty of his Test career off 112 balls. Labushan was out for 10 runs from the century. Labushan played 156 balls and scored 90 runs in 12 overs before leaving Shahin Shah Afridi.

Numan Ali returned Travis Head who scored 6 runs, Azira went to the tea break for 364 runs for 4 wickets. After the break, Steven Smith stopped with Cameron Green for 61 and Green missed fifty for two. Smith returned with an 8-run innings.

In the last afternoon, Nasim Shah returned Alex Carey for 19 runs. At the end of the fourth day, Australia collected 449 runs for 8 wickets. Mitchell Starc is unbeaten on 12 and Pat Cummins is unbeaten on 4, taken by Numan Ali. Sajid Khan, Shahin Shah Afridi and Nasim Shah took 4 wickets for 106 runs each for Pakistan.

Short Score:

Pakistan 48/6, testify; (Azhar Ali 185, Imam Al-Haq 158)
Australia 449/6, 138 overs; (Usman Khawaja 98, Marnus Labushan 90, Steven Smith 6, David Warner 6, Cameron Green 48, Numan Ali 4/106).
Australia trailed by 26 runs at the end of the fourth day in the first innings, 3 wickets in hand.
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