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Pakistan vs Australia
In Progress : Australia trail by 380 runs with 4 wickets remaining in the 1st innings
( 164 overs )
( 47 overs )
Fall of wickets - Pakistan 1 INN
       Lyon to Ahmed Shehzad       57/1

Lyon to Ahmed Shehzad,OUT,got him! Shehzad kept playing back to length balls. It was okay as long as he was playing with a straight bat, but this time he looked to work it off the stumps into the leg side and missed. Struck plumb in front of middle, and he didn't review. Good decision.

       Johnson to Mohammad Hafeez       96/2

Johnson to Mohammad Hafeez,OUT,beauty! That was on a good length in the corridor, with a bit of gentle shape away. Hafeez felt for it with his bat, his feet following after he played the shot, and the thin edge goes through to Haddin

       Starc to Azhar Ali       332/3

Starc to Azhar Ali,OUT,but now he's taken a catch! It's a poor ball, down the leg side, and Azhar only gets a little tickle as he looks to glance, and Warner dives to his left and takes it very well, low, with both hands

       Smith to Misbah-ul-Haq       513/4

Smith to Misbah-ul-Haq,OUT,wow, what happened there? Smith is convinced he has a caught and bowled. Misbah isn't so sure. It was a full ball on middle, and he either scooped it straight back or it was a bump ball. They're checking with the third umpire... yup, he's gone. It pitched just short of his bat and hit his bat and bounced straight back to the bowler at a nice catching height

       Siddle to Younis Khan       537/5

Siddle to Younis Khan,OUT,bowled him! Younis runs down the pitch and looks to slog him across the line, over the leg side, and only gets an inside-edge onto his stumps. The crowd are on their feet to applaud him as he walks back

       Starc to Asad Shafiq       561/6

Starc to Asad Shafiq,OUT,chopped it on! That was short but not wide enough to cut. He went after it, went hard at the ball, and got a bottom edge onto the stumps

Fall of wickets - Australia 1 INN
       Imran Khan to Rogers       21/1

Imran Khan to Rogers,OUT,gone! That was a beautiful line and length. On off stump, and Rogers was stuck on the crease, walking into the shot, poking at it as it angled away, and Sarfraz takes the edge very well, tumbling low to his left

       Rahat Ali to Warner       34/2

Rahat Ali to Warner,OUT,gone! And it's the short, wide one that's got him. It deserved to be smashed, but he sort of checked his shot for some reason, and popped it straight into the hands of Yasir at point

       Zulfiqar Babar to Maxwell       75/3

Zulfiqar Babar to Maxwell,OUT,bowled him! That was such a low-percentage shot. Came down the track, looked to whip him across the line, against the turn. Closing the face was a mistake. It straightened, beat his bat, and crashed into the top of off stump.

       Rahat Ali to Lyon       97/4

Rahat Ali to Lyon,OUT,bowled him! A bit of shape into the right hander, straightened from off stump, and it was the length that got Lyon. He was stuck on the crease and played for the angle, looking to drive down the ground. That opened up a gap between bat and pad and it sneaked through and crashed into the stumps

       Zulfiqar Babar to Smith       100/5

Zulfiqar Babar to Smith,OUT,plays back to a length ball and it hurries through, straightens a bit, and hits him on the back pad. Another big appeal, not given, but this time they review. He played across the line, looking to hit it leg side, and it hit the top of the pad flap. He's playing right back, and Hawkeye says it's hitting a major chunk of the top of middle. The umpire has to overturn his decision, and Babar is all over Australia.

       Imran Khan to Clarke       164/6

Imran Khan to Clarke,OUT,there's that reverse swing, and the bails go flying! It curved in wickedly from outside off, and zipped through the gate as Clarke pushed at it, looking to punch to mid-off, and knocked back middle stump

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