On the second day of the Melbourne Test, Pakistan scored 194 runs for the loss of 6 wickets

On the second day of the Melbourne Test, Pakistan scored 194 runs for the loss of 6 wickets, Pakistan still needed 124 runs to match Australia’s first innings score with four wickets remaining.

On behalf of Pakistan, Abdullah Shafiq and Imamul Haq have opened the innings. Inamul Haq scored 10 runs and was caught out by Nathan Lyon.

When Pak’s total score reached 124, Abdullah Shafiq got out and scored 62 runs, and Cummins caught him out on his own ball.

Pakistan’s third wicket fell on 131 runs, Babar Azam scored a run, and he fell victim to Pat Cummins.

The captain of the Pakistan team scored 54 runs and was caught out by Marsh off the ball of Lyon, Pakistan’s fourth wicket fell on 147 runs.

Pakistan’s total score

Saud Shakeel was dismissed for 9 runs for Pak’s total score of 151 runs. Half of this Pakistan team returned to the pavilion.

Pakistan’s sixth wicket fell at a total score of 170, Agha Salman was caught out by Cummins after scoring five runs.

When the second day’s play ended, Mohammad Rizwan was at the crease with 29 and Aamir Jamal with 2 runs.

Earlier, in the first session on the second day of the second Test match, Pakistani bowlers bowled brilliantly and sent seven Australian players to the pavilion.

It should be noted that Pak won the toss against Australia in the second Test match and decided to field first. Australia scored 187 runs for the loss of 3 wickets on the first day.

On the second day of the Melbourne Test, Pakistan scored 194 runs for the loss of 6 wickets

David Warner and Usman Khawaja opened the innings for Australia, David Warner scored 38 runs and was caught out by Babar Azam off the ball of Salman Agha.

Usman Khawaja scored 42 runs and fell victim to Hasan Ali, Salman Agha caught him, and Australia scored 114 runs for 2 wickets when the match had to be stopped due to rain.

After the rain stopped, the Australian batsmen resumed the innings, Australia’s third wicket fell on a total of 154, with Steven Smith scoring 26 and falling to Aamir Jamal.

At the end of the first day, Marnus Labushin scored 44 and Travis Head scored 9 runs. When the game started on the second day, Travis Head scored 17 runs for Australia’s total score of 204 and was caught out by Agha Salman off Shaheen Afridi. Done.

Marines Labushin scored 63 runs and was caught out by Abdullah Shafiq off Amir Jamal, Mitchell Marsh scored 41 runs and returned to the pavilion after catching Amir Jamal off Mir Hamza.

The following players could not add enough runs and the entire Australian team was bowled out for 318 runs.

For Pakistan, Aamir Jamal took three wickets, Shaheen Afridi, Mir Hamza, and Hasan Ali took two wickets each while Salman Ali Agha took one wicket.

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