This time, Australia bowled the Pakistani bowlers in the run festival

Pakistan have batted almost every time in the first two days of the Rawalpindi Test. On the third day, the Australian batsmen got the opportunity to join the race by encouraging the Pakistani bowlers.

At the end of the third day of the first Test of the three-match series between Pakistan and Australia, Ajit lost 2 wickets in the first innings and scored 261 runs. They are still 205 runs behind Pakistan in the first innings.

This time, Australia bowled the Pakistani bowlers in the run festival

Australia, who started the day at 5 for no wicket on Sunday, batted comfortably on the third day. David Warner and Usman Khawaja, two Australian starters, added 158 runs in the opening over.

David Warner made 56 off 114 balls and threw it to Sajid Khan. Another starter Usman Khawaja failed to score a century. An Australian cricketer of Pakistani descent has been burnt alive for missing just three centuries. Khwaja made 96 off 159 balls in 15 overs.

For the rest of the day, Marnus Labusen and Steve Smith returned to the locker room after the match without any further danger. Labusen (69 * off 117 balls) and Smith (24 * off 55 balls) are inseparable.

Short Score: (Release: Pakistan)

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

Australia (first innings): 261/2 (63 overs); Khwaja 98, Labusen 69 *, Warner 6; Noman Ali 1/49

** At the end of the third day

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