Pat Cummins: A historic 3-match Test series is going on between Pakistan and Australia. The first 2 matches were drawn. Whereas the third and deciding match of the series is being played from 21 March at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Today was the third day of the match. In which Pakistan team batsman Azhar Ali was batting very strongly. But on the score of 78, Australian captain Pat Cummins dismissed him in such a way that standing at the other end. Babar Azam Was surprised too.
Pat Cummins sent Azhar Ali to the pavilion in this way
Pakistan seemed in good condition on the third day i.e. today. The partnership of over 100 runs between Abdullah Shafiq and Azhar Ali put Pakistan in a good position. Although Abdullah was shown the way to the pavilion by Nathan Lyon. But still the biggest threat was looming for Australia in the form of Azhar Ali.
However, captain Pat Cummins also caught him with one hand on his own ball and sent him back to the dressing room, seeing that the captain of the Pakistan team Babar Azam was also stunned. Actually, this is the matter of the 87th over of the first innings of the Pakistan team.
Which was put by Australian captain Pat Cummins himself. On the fourth ball of Cummins, Azhar Ali wanted to play a straight short. Which Azhar also played well. But the shot remained slightly in the air, which was caught by Pat Cummins with only one hand. Seeing this catch, everyone including the captain Babar Azam standing at the non-striker’s end was surprised. In such a situation, Azhar Ali got out on the score of 78 runs and returned to the pavilion.
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Australia seems to be in a strong position
In the ongoing third test match between Pakistan and Australia at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, visiting team Australia won the toss and decided to bat first. Due to which he scored 391 runs in the first innings.
In response, the Pakistan team could not start well in the first innings but after losing one wicket, Abdullah Shafiq and Azhar Ali handled the innings well. But as soon as the third wicket of Pakistan fell on the score of 214 runs. Similarly, Pakistan’s hold slipped from this match.
Pakistan dug their last 7 wickets in just 55 runs. In such a situation, Australia has once again come to the field to bat, and at the end of the third day’s play, stands on 11 runs without any loss. However, Australia has a lead of 134 runs in this match.